Coordinating institution

Public institution “eMundus” (Lithuania)

eMundus was established in 2009 to streamline research and implementation activities in the area of education concerning the use and adaptation of information and communication technologies in different spheres.

The mission of eMundus is actively promote the knowledge society, while creating and developing services mainly related to ICT, innovations, as well cultural aspects, healthy lifestyle, green activities and practical adaptation of them in education and community activities, seeking to ensure the quality of cooperation and unity between different generations and different social groups.

eMundus specialists work on the creation of information systems which are used or adapted to education environments, created systems are used in the universities, kindergartens, VET schools, secondary schools, as well in international education institutions, created portals are used in National and European levels.

Contact person: Vida Drąsutė

Partners institutions

Kėdainiai Vocational Educational Training Centre (Lithuania)

Kedainiai Vocational Educational Training Centre (hereinafter referred as to ‘Kedainiai VETC’) is a public vocational education and training institution active in the Kedainiai District Municipality. The mission of the Centre is to provide initial and continuing vocational education and training, vocational education and training with the secondary education program, basic education services as well as non-formal vocational training and education programmes.

Contact person: Aurima Bajorūnienė

S.A.F.E. Projects (the Netherlands)

The organisation S.A.F.E. (Sustainable Attitude For Environment) Projects is social enterprise which focus on adults, youth, communities trainings.

Small enterprise activities based on consultancy, research and expert activities in European education systems. We are working with migrant women, women who needs encouragement, youth, sustainability in a broad of sense, civil engagement topics.

S.A.F.E. projects links to local, national and international contexts and is committed to stimulating development and change in educational, cultural, economical and ecological spheres through the creation and use of innovative tools and methods based on sustainability.

Contact person: Živilė Navikienė 

Zinev Art Technologies (Bulgaria)

Zinev Art Technologies Ltd. is a company developing, implementing and managing European projects and providing consultations in the spheres of culture, art, Internet-based activities and education, VET, e-learning and school education
development, as well as regional development.

ZAT team has a long-term experience in i mplementing successful EUprojects under the LdV, eLearning and Lifelong Learning programmes. ZAT also provides school administrations, SMEs, NGOs and local authorities with EU project development/implementation and regional development services and trainings.

Contact person: Zornitsa Staneva 

Profesionalna gimnazia Asen Zlatarov (Bulgaria)

Profesionalna gimnazia (Vocational school) “Prof. Dr Asen Zlatarov” (PGAZ) is the biggest high-school in the district of Vidin.

Annually the school trains on average about 400 students in the field of economy, tourism and electronics. There are about 40 teachers and 10 administrative staff members. In addition to the vocational preparation of the students they also acquire secondary education. The high-school actively works under various projects, which aim at improving the quality and results from teaching, increasing the vocational skills of students and teachers, acquisition of key competences, creating a modern and adequate learning environment.

Contact person: Nesenka Dimitrova

Valga County Vocational Training Centre (Estonia)

Valga County Vocational Training Centre is the only VET-school in the county,
whose main activities are organization of vocational training in all forms and types
of study; organization of in-service training and retraining of adults; organization
of professional counselling for students and adults of the county. The list of the
curriculum groups: Trade and Commerce; Household Services; Accommodation
and Catering; Transport Services and Logistics; Motor Vehicles; Wood Processing;
Construction; Childcare and Social Work. The school cooperates with companies
and universities in the region, which helps our students to get first-hand
experience of what the labour market will require from them.

Contact person: Juri Gerzanitš

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