Partners

Erasmus+ is the EU’s programme to support education, training, youth and sport in Europe. Its budget of €14.7 billion will provide opportunities for >4 million Europeans to study, train, gain experience, and volunteer abroad.

Actiplay group is a data marketing agency of 60 persons created in 1995 in Bordeaux (France). Actiplay established itself as the key partner of the digital games market thanks to its 20 years of experience and more than 500 customer references such as Sephora, Lufthansa, HomeAway, Roquefort Société, We have NRJ, Toyota, Carrefour, Publicis Group and France Télévisions.

DEKRA Akademie GmbH is one of the leading private education providers in Germany and boasts almost 40 years of experience in vocational education and training (VET). It is part of DEKRA SE, a globally operating corporation in the field of testing, inspection, and certification with more than EUR 2.5 billion annual turnover and 33,500 employees worldwide, as of 2014.

Fastrak Consulting Ltd is a small consultancy firm operating out of the UK but with clients across the world. Fastrak was founded in 1997 by Clive Shepherd, a former European head of training for a multinational company and then co-founder of a multimedia development company. Fastrak specialises in digital workplace learning and communications.

National association SCAS is registered as a non-profit legal entity in 1992, with 8 branches in Bulgaria. The organization activities started long before with initiatives aimed at professional development of young people and students, educational and training materials development, youth information, seminars, educational courses, practices and forums. Since 1992, SCAS has managed and implemented over 120 national and international projects.

Ni Plus Ni Moins are a consultancy specialising in Gender Equality. They advise, support and train public and private organisations to develop gender equality strategies and to implement induced action plans. NPNM develops gender diagnostics for public and private organisations by comparing the situation of men and women through different criteria, such as remuneration, recruitment, training, qualification, classification, promotion, health and safety, work-family balance. These diagnostics are generally followed by action plans that aim to reduce gender inequalities.