Partners

INNOMEC was designed and is being implemented by partners from Italy, Austria, Belgium, Lithuania, and Iceland.

Speha Fresia Cooperative Company (Project Coordinator, IT)

Speha Fresia is a cooperative company active in the fields of lifelong learning, labour active policies, local sustainable development and social research, integrating its professional competences with a wide network of public and private institutions. The cooperative is a certified body for guidance and training in Latium and Sicily Regions providing courses for unemployed people, mainly low skilled persons and post high school students. Since 1996 Speha Fresia has been exploiting the European opportunities and the transnational cooperation in the function of “Research & Development” for the local community, to share knowledge and best practices, to develop innovative methods and tools, and to improve the quality of its local services provision.

inspire – Verein für Bildung und Management (AT)

inspire is a non-profit organisation and stands for professional concepts and products in the fields of education, culture, and labour. We aim at bringing together different people, diverse competences, and innovative approaches in projects to best meet our assignments.

Euro Idea (BE)

Euro-Idea is a non-profit organization created in 1994 by a group of trainers, all graduates in Policies and Practices of Adult Education of the Catholic University of Louvain. The purpose of the organization is to promote Adult Education, based on psychopedagogic principles. It analyses, in particular, the motivation to engage in training with the aim of acquiring new knowledge and competence.

Mykolas Romeris Universite (LT)

Mykolas Romeris University (MRU), a public institution, is an international university located in Northern Europe. Each year the University admits a large number of creative and talented young people. The University has almost 18,000 students who stand out as highly-motivated and enthusiastic about their chosen field of studies. Mykolas Romeris University promotes international activities and is proud of its participation in research on European and international levels.

Hrafnista – Continuing Care Communites (IS)

Hrafnista is a continuing care community with four elderly homes. About 600 residents live in Hrafnista. The homes are run by the ‘Seamen’s Day Council’, an organisation drawn from seamen’s societies in Reykjavík and other municipalities in the metropolitan area. Originally, the Hrafnista homes were intended for retired seamen and their widows, but they are now open to all who need residential or nursing-home facilities in their old age. Hrafnista makes a priority of high-quality nursing and medical care, rehabilitation and varied social activities. Hrafnista’s guiding principle is to uphold the right of those in its care to control their own affairs and choose how much they participate in the activities in the homes, the aim being to combine the best elements of life in one’s own premises and the security of a nursing home.

Studio Centro Veneto (IT)

StudioCentroVeneto sas (SCV in short) is a training and consultancy company founded by Toni Brunello in 1968, in Vicenza. It offers qualified services for micro and SMEs, public bodies and private organisations in the field of: educational training, general management, quality approaches, marketing and, above all, business transfer processes (research, training, first aid and continuous consultancy) with an approach aiming at valorising the tacit knowledge and know-how Senior entrepreneurs should transfer to Junior ones.