Organisationer

Organisationer

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Tyskland
Germany.
brainymotion empowers people across Europe to succeed through training and lifelong learning. In the post-COVID society, where sharing of information and communication has shifted further to digital platforms and media, we stand for digital inclusion and digital competence. We f...
inlingua Rostock, S&N Sprachakademie GmbH is your partner for professional services in the field of languages. A wide range of various language training courses based on the Common European Framework of reference, as well as our translation service and licensing as a TELC t...
The Academy for Vocational Training (AFBB) is based in Dresden and has further branches in Berlin and Cologne. AFBB operates several vocational schools as well as a continuing education company (AWV) and a private university of applied sciences (FHD) with a total of around 1,500...
Tyskland
Germany.
We are an agency that offers, through language schools, language courses for our clients. But we also receive EU funding for "Spread Your Wings" - pool project for apprentices as part of Erasmus+ mobility in vocational training. We have funding for approximately 250 participants...
Tyskland
Germany.
CitizensLab e.V. is aiming at action-researching and inquiring about:  How our diverse practices create the conditions for citizens to self-organise and co-create new ways of living, working and deciding together for the common good?