Omnia, the Joint Authority of Education in Espoo Region is a multi-sector education provider that offers young and adult people upper secondary vocational education and training, apprenticeship training, general upper secondary education and youth workshop training as well as non-formal education courses. The member municipalities of Omnia are Espoo, Kauniainen and Kirkkonummi. Omnia offers flexibility to combine study and leisure activities into meaningful entities for different learners of all ages. The number of students is more as 40 000 and staff is close to 1100. International and multicultural Omnia students represent more than 100 different nationalities.
Omnia is promoting inclusion, skills and well-being of citizens and boosting the vitality of municipalities, communities and enterprises of the region. Omnia is a large and modern provider of education that offers a wide range of services with a focus on supporting lifelong learning. Our actions are guided by the changing needs of the future. Our services include customer-oriented education, work-based learning and help for recruiting and services for entrepreneurs. We offer vocational and general upper secondary education, youth workshops, professional Diplomas and liberal adult educations as well as corporate training and professional courses and recruitment support.
Omnia plays a strong role in the training of professionals in the growing Helsinki Metropolitan Area. Omnia is involved in regional education and development work and closely cooperates with the City of Espoo also for the part of international activities.
36.6 Competence Centre Scotland is a relatively new organisation in the UK (set up in 2015) the parent organisation based in Poland has been in existence since 2011. 36.6 CC has worked with various target groups and target organisations for 8 years. All the key persons and staff from 36.6 CC Scotland have a highly experienced background working with various target groups and represent a wide curriculum from Vocational Education and Engineering, Construction, Business Administration, Entrepreneurship, Youth, ESOL, Training Material development on Canvas and Moodle and from pedagogical backgrounds.
36.6 CC have developed and supported vocational training, apprenticeship development, adults, youth and community learning programmes and the development of new and interesting training materials. We currently work with a number of community and associate partners, private partners who deliver bespoke training programmes and deliver specific Entrepreneurship, Motivational and Confidence buildg programmes for both youth and adult target groups.
Padmanau Studio is a new Berlin based education enterprise with a holistic mission, working in international education projects. With a focus on environmental and social sustainability, the 17 the UN SDGs are on our agenda within Germany, the EU, and globally – in the fields of international understanding, languages, arts, culture, sports, profession, environment and sustainability.
We offer knowledge in pedagogy and didactics with experience in working with different target groups in digital learning, integration and intercultural competences, youth work, VET development, inclusion of vulnerable groups, yoga, mental health and physical activation, entrepreneurship education, rural and urban area development, change management, resilience building, individual learning paths and the development of strategic road maps in change processes, as well as the development of workforce trainings.
Looking for gaps and needs-based, innovative, and creative solutions in education and research, Padmanau Studio works to effect change for an open, inclusive, and sustainable society. Facilitating change in our understanding means working for and with people individually, in teams and organisations on all levels and in many topics of education, co-creating the best solutions for all stakeholders together.
Artemisszió Foundation is a non-profit organisation based in Budapest, Hungary.
In Artemisszió we believe in an open, tolerant society, where communication across social, cultural, demographic, and geographical boundaries is a key value.
Our mission is to promote the importance of understanding the complexity of today’s globalized world and through it, ourselves. We are dedicated to developing skills that improve the ability to communicate, solve conflicts and cooperate successfully.
For this goal we provide intercultural trainings, tools and methodologies based primarily on creative arts and non-formal education.
ENGIM is a non-profit vocational training organization providing training courses addressed to young people in initial training, people with special needs, unemployed and employed adults.
ENGIM offers guidance activities and support for work placements through its employment services and, through EU projects and the EFVET network, carries out its activity in European cooperation and offers work-placement and experiences abroad to its students and staff.
ENGIM has a staff of 700 in 25 branches in Italy and approximately 9000 learners.
ENGIM also works in 15 extra- EU countries focusing on education, development of skills and new ideas economic growth and development.
KMOP Policy Center was established in Brussels in 2020, with the aim to conduct in-depth research, produce impactful, evidence-based policies, and advocate on social issues. Capitalizing on our long experience in the provision of social services, we analyze, design and recommend policies that promote social welfare, individual well-being and equal opportunities, bringing real change for individuals and communities. In particular, our mission is to provide comprehensive insights on designing policies with a positive social impact.
Our policy design tools include:
Research – KMOP Policy Center conducts in-depth research that addresses critical social issues, enlightens public debate and enhances policy formation, nationally and internationally.
Social impact assessment – KMOP Policy Center has developed the Reframing Welfare Index (RWI), an innovative tool for social policy assessment and evaluation of actions and policies.
Publications – KMOP Policy Center publishes policy briefs and recommendations on practices that promote inclusive societies and reduce welfare disparities.
KMOP Policy Center is an integral part of KMOP. KMOP – Social Action and Innovation Centre, based in Athens, is one of the oldest Greek NGOs, with over 45 years of experience in the provision of services to disadvantaged groups. KMOP’s main areas of expertise include social welfare and health, employability and human rights protection, scientific research and the development of know-how on social policy issues. In addition to the direct provision of services through decentralised community-based facilities, KMOP is actively involved in both national and EU/international projects addressing social issues, particularly focusing on low-skilled youth and long-term unemployed, victims of violence and trafficking, disabled, elderly, migrants and minorities.