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GIP-EFTLV Lifelong Education and Training


The GIP-EFTLV is a public interest organisation for lifelong education and training. It includes organisations working in mainstream schooling, further education and VAE (official recognition of professional skills). The Regional Information and Career Guidance centre (SAIO) is a member of the group.


It heads the network of Career Guidance and Information centres in the Champagne-Ardenne region in liaison with the Inspectors in charge of information and career guidance in the region’s departments. It manages guidance and appointments, draws up the reports, and conducts surveys, analyses and studies.

It is responsible for setting up the ‘Mission Générale d’Insertion’ which aims to help schools avoid pupils leaving the education system without some sort of qualification. The centre also works on creating training programmes, and training and guiding teaching staff and careers guidance counsellors.


The role of GIP-EFTLV in the projet :

The GIP-EFTLV is the project contractor and takes part in coordinating the project, developing the specifications for the photo bank and in producing the photos.

EURO CORDIALE (a not for profit association)


Euro Cordiale is a Luxembourg-based association with a European outlook. Its main aims are:

- research and innovation in education,

- creation of teaching aids and educational games,

- organisation and design of training modules,

- dissemination of teaching aids,

- adaptation of teaching aids into other European languages,

- support for all activities that foster the social and cognitive development of young people and adults with learning difficulties, with serious literacy problems or with few or no qualifications.

Euro Cordiale was created in 1998 to bring together the skills and experiences of its members in Luxembourg and throughout Europe. The association’s members are from a variety of European countries where they are involved in training and research work.

Euro Cordiale has taken part in numerous European projects and has formed active partnerships between Luxembourg, France, Belgium, Germany, the UK, Portugal, Bulgaria and Lithuania.


The role of Euro Cordiale in this project:

Euro Cordiale is coordinating the project and playing an active part in all the phases of the project, in addition to creating and maintaining the project website.

BEST Institut für berufsbezogene Weiterbildung und Personaltraining GmbH 


BEST Institut für berufsbezogene Weiterbildung und Personaltraining GmbH was founded in 1987 as an independent vocational training institute. The main activities are adult training, vocational training, consultation with people affected by unemployment and training in key qualifications to reintegrate them in the job market. The institute offers training centres for up to 14,000 students a year (2012). BEST has created its own teaching and educational methods for the various client segments, with the specific aim of integrating and motivating learners, and also uses e-learning methods which are constantly being updated. BEST was one of the first institutes in Austria, and has been awarded the European Communication Certificate. It offers training and the relevant examinations. In its international projects department, BEST has long-standing experience of cooperation in over 100 European projects, both as coordinator and partner. The institute focuses on sharing experience and good practices, as well as common development with a variety of European partners.

 The role of BEST in the project:
BEST takes care of programming the zoom2choose software.

NGO “Union of women of the Danube region”

The not for profit organisation “Union of women of the Danube region” was founded in 2008. It works actively to cooperate women’s work in the regions located along the Danube, in the countries by supporting regional and cross-border development. It has organised a series of events for specialised schools and institutions. Its representatives have taken part in conferences and forums on the European strategy for the Danube region in Germany, Hungary, Romania and Bulgaria. The association works with other NGOs and professional institutions to host workshops and organise conferences and seminars on various subjects concerning the integration of target groups to provide further training and help them become integrated in society.



The role in this project:

The association is helping to create the concept and the specifications for the photos. It also does the translations into Bulgarian and will take care of the dissemination in Bulgaria and Romania.

Second Chance School MARSEILLE (E2C)



Officially opened in late 1997, the Ecole de la Deuxième Chance (Second Chance School) in Marseille was the first school of its kind in Europe. Its role is to use education to help young adults (aged 18-25) to integrate society and working life after being out of mainstream education without obtaining any qualifications for at least a year. Each year, more than 600 young people, on average, enrol in the work-study programme provided at the School.
Each student receives full individual help from professionals, teachers and social service workers:
-> E2C works closely with companies (at the beginning of 2013, the school boasted over 2,700 companies, groups of companies and associations as partners): the E2C staff in the company relations department work directly with the companies to guide the students in building their career path.
-> On an academic level, the School gives remedial classes in all the basic skills: literacy, numeracy, logical thinking and computer skills. In the work-study programme, teaching is completely individual and tailored to the actual level of the students when they are admitted to the school.
-> In partnership with the associations in the greater Marseille area, E2C also works to help students with other problems they might encounter, concerning accommodation, health matters, difficult family relations, access to their rights, etc.


The role of  E2C in te projet :

The E2C staff take part in developing the concept, the specifications, the production of the database of photos and are making the training video.


The Greta du Velay is a state-run adult education organisation and part of the French Education Ministry. It groups together 22 secondary schools in the south of the Auvergne region. Comprising some forty educators and over 200 consultants, it organises training modules in various fields to meet the needs of companies and contributes to professional integration for all. It works with all the people and organisations involved in training and integration, at local, regional and national level. On a daily basis, the educators help a number of young adults, providing career guidance as well as training, in partnership with local employment bodies. Since 1992, the Greta has built up considerable expertise internationally and its educational research laboratory works in a number of European networks dealing with integration and the development of skills, as well as with companies. Greta’s achievements can be seen on their website

The role of the GRETA du Velay in the projet :

The Greta du Velay is taking part in developing the concept, the specifications at the origin of the photos, creating the tests and disseminating the resulting teaching aid.

Action locale pour jeunes

Created in 1984, Action locale pour jeunes is a department of the Luxembourg Ministry of Education and Vocational Training.

 There are ten regional offices throughout the country where advisors are on hand to help young people aged 15 to 26

- who have dropped out of school

- who have left school at the legal leaving age.

 Action locale pour jeunes

-arranges social and educational sessions to prepare these people for working life,

-contacts and guides young people who have dropped out of school,

-provides information and raises awareness among all the organisations involved in the integration process, and forms network with these organisatons,

-supports and helps create new structures to encourage social and professional integration,

-works in partnership with the ‘Maison de l’Orientation’

The role of Action locale pour jeunes in the projet :

Employees at Action locale pour jeunes created the teaching aid at the root of the project. They help create the concept and the specifications for the photos, and they help produce the photos.