CamProf has a core team of professional staff and an international network of associates whom it has worked with over a long period. CamProf likes to build a lasting relationship of mutual trust and respect with clients. Clients include private companies, trades unions, professional and regulatory bodies, sector councils, universities, government departments and international agencies. CamProf has carried out multitude of European projects and over 20 Canadian projects.
Using Mozilla Open Badges, we are working together with educators, charities and employers to create a digital currency that recognises everyone’s skills and talents, opening up new opportunities for education, enterprise and employment.
DigitalMe have been pioneering the use of open badges since 2011, supported by Mozilla. Through the ‘Badge the UK’ initiative, they have enabled over 120 partners to create and issue over 20,000 badges by providing resources, badge design tools, technology and training.
We are especially committed to ensuring access to opportunity for the hardest to reach groups through our grant funded work.
Find out more www.digitalme.co.uk
DUO is part of the Dutch Ministry of Education, Culture and Science.
DUO’s main tasks focuses on:
- educational institutions
- selection and enrolment in higher education
- collecting and managing educational data
- funding of education institutions
- student grants and loans
- allowances candidates for naturalization
- central, state, and naturalization exams
- collecting tuition fees and study debts
- diploma register
- authentication and recognition of diplomas
- international projects
The main goal of EDEN is to support its members and partners in their endeavours to modernise education in Europe. The Association aims to facilitate knowledge and practice exchange and, by this, foster developments in open, distance and e-learning in all sectors and on all levels of education. EDEN provides a constant moderated online platform and organises recurrent f2f events for professional collaborations and networking and strives to inform its membership about relevant educational research, pedagogical, technological and policy advancements via its communications and publications.
After a long pioneering activity, with more than 50 international projects conceived and implemented by participating to international call for proposals and tenders, now days ARTES represents a repository of unique knowledge characterized by a multidisciplinary and original strong international perspective, crystallised in data bases, IP registrations, trademarks and patents and a vast area of international relationships in Europe, Asia, North America, North Africa and Sub-Saharan Africa.
With its multidisciplinary approach, ARTES steps in wherever the issue is the integration of learning and the development of human resources potential in relation to processes of innovation. Each of the founder members and each of our collaborators has a well-developed background in the fields of human resources development, training and research, with wide-ranging involvement at international level.
From 1991, ARTES hosts students, young graduated and researchers coming from a wide range of European Universities, with whom ARTES have established a long lasting solid co-operation.
For more information, visit: www.artes-research.com
An important field of the Institute’s activity is systems research concerning knowledge transformation and technology transfer mechanisms and structures, intellectual capital development, innovation management and marketing and forecasting of future research directions. The fact that the Institute has coordinated numerous strategically important research programmes, e.g. the “Innovative Systems of Technical Support for Sustainable Development of Economy,” only adds to its importance and serves to prove that this is a highly acclaimed Polish public research organisation.
The Work Pedagogy of Innovative Economy Centre is a separate unit in the structure of ITeE-PIB, which executes work on theoretical and methodological bases of building the multi-level system of continuing education. The Centre acts in the field of adult education, deals with designing professional qualification standards, National and European Qualifications Framework, innovative modular curricula for education and training. The Centre builds up European cooperation networks (Polish and European Network for Modular Education) and is a member of the European Associations: EAEA, IGIP, EVBB.
Contact person: Michal Nowakowski, Work Pedagogy of Innovative Economy Centre
SUPSI (Associated partner)
It offers basic learning in nursing sciences, physiotherapy and ergotherapy, social work, economics and postgraduate courses and applied research.
The DEASS develops as well projects within its research unit.
The main strategic axes of interest and project partnership are developed upon:
- measuring quality of health activities and performances;
- management of services and structures/organisations;
- didactic innovations in health vocational training and sectoral professional profiles and competences;
- competences in the social and health sector (f.i. for older people assistant and for disdvantages target groups);
- applied health technology;
- public health and citizenship;
- professional profiles and competences in the social and health sectors;
Projects are based on partnerships with other SUPSI institutes, such as the Department of Innovative Technology and NetLab, as well as with health services providers and industry.