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Glasgow Clyde College is Glasgow's most welcoming, ambitious and innovative college.

Glasgow Clyde College is a multi-campus college with three sites in Anniesland, Cardonald and Langside. One of Scotland’s largest further education institutions, the College was formed in August 2013 following the merger of Anniesland, Cardonald and Langside Colleges.

Home to over 7,000 full-time students and 20,000 part-time students, our aim is to help you achieve more. Join us and you'll benefit from years of industry experience and exceptional teaching standards, delivered in modern facilities.

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36,6 Competence Centre is an umbrella institution gathering professionals from many fields establishing interdisciplinary Experts Zone for the local development through international experience exchange.

in EU projects since 1999 CO.N.E.CT group member-COoperation Network for European CiTizenship based in Brussels Coffee Club for Seniors, Youth, Women, ... as non-formal educational centre Certificate of Reliability rewarded by KRD BIG S.A. supervised by the Ministry of Economy.

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As a successful training provider in Hamburg SBB provides expertise gGmbH retraining and other opportunities for professional education. We support on the way to work and in training and education . 2005 as a subsidiary of SBB Foundation Vocational Education established the SBB since qualified job seekers and professionals for the current job market. She falls back on a reliable network of local and national businesses and organizations.

SBB competence is a dynamic, traditional and quality-oriented company, led by CEO Frank Giese. A diverse, committed and competent employees make to the success of the SBB of competence.


The Swiss Federation for Adult Learning (SVEB) is the umbrella organisation for general and vocational adult learning. Membership of SVEB includes private and state schools, associations, regional officials in charge of adult learning, in-company adult learning departments and human resources staff as well as individuals involved in adult learning. SVEB groups over 650 members. SVEB has permanent secretariats in Zurich (head-office), Nyon (French), Canton of Tessin (Italian).

SVEB develops innovative projects in the field of lifelong learning for various target groups (low skilled workers and adults that lack basic skills, migrants, women and elderly people).

Furthermore SVEB promotes cooperation among adult learning institutions and creates awareness of the importance of adult learning.  SVEB has been involved for years in several national and international projects for the promotion of basic skills for adults.

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Inspire - Verein für Bildung und Management (education and management) is a non-governmental non-profit organisation which was founded in May 2009 in Graz, Styria. Inspire`s core expertise lies in educational project management. We offer support, counselling and training on project management and work together in projects with organisations that are active in the fields of education and social work throughout Austria and the EU. Inspire's mission is to support these organisations in building resources on a structural level and in this way seeks to support marginalized social groups in building up individual resources needed to be able to cope with change processes.

Inspire`s personnel can rely on 15 years of expertise and experience in working with people with lack of basic skills. The experts involved in SHAREIT started as trainers and are now supporting basic skills programmes providers on a local, national, and European Scale (ESF, LLL Programme). ). Inspire co-ordinated the development of a curriculum for trainers in basic skills provision, which already puts emphasis on informal / practical aspects of training, and co-ordinated the definition of Quality Standards and self-evaluation tools on quality based on the Balanced Scorecard concept.

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