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University of Humanities and Economics in Lodz is an accredited higher education institution and provides bachelor, master, postgraduate, PhD studies and courses for various target groups. 
Among AHE’s key fields of study and research there are: educational science, psychology, entrepreneurship, innovative teaching and learning methods, social exclusion, application of ICT in the teaching process, systems of quality assurance and validation of prior learning.
The university is an expert in research and analysis; designing  of curricula; implementation of courses, e-learning and development of e-learning platforms, tools, materials; dissemination; courses of creativity, self development, workshops, seminars; EU projects management.
AHE’s project experience include approximately 180 transnational educational projects completed either as coordinator or partner during the last 10 years (Lifelong Learning Programme, Culture, Daphne and other programmes). Ahe has been also involved in European Social Fund projects and research programmes at national and European level.
AHE is part of a European network for dissemination (C-ENTER, www.c.enter-network.eu), which enables us to promote projects on an international level. One of the staff members holds an official title of “C-ENTER promoter” and is responsible for promoting projects’ results on the European level through the network.

Belfast Metropolitan College is the largest college of further and higher education in Northern Ireland and one of the biggest providers in the UK. BMC has a portfolio of vocational training delivered across 9 Schools from entry level to degree level. The College is committed to the delivery and enhancement of NI Government's Priority Skills Areas (PSA) including the Creative & Service Industries (CSI), Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM), Sport, Fashion,  & Health & Childcare. BMC delivers an extensive curriculum across the Belfast Region in its 5 campuses & serves all of NI due to its specialist curriculum offer. 

BMC aims to be at the forefront of providing a skills-driven curriculum & supporting local businesses to compete globally and is committed to the Europe 2020 strategy for smart, sustainable growth including the UK’s country specific recommendations.  The College has been engaged in a range of EU projects over the last 10 years to ensure the ongoing lifelong learning of its VET tutors to ensure that its staff are equipped with the skills and knowledge to support these key objectives as it develops and innovates its curriculum offer in areas such as IT, STEM and the Creative and Service Industries.

CDETB (formerly City of Dublin Vocational Education Committee) has been providing education services across the City of Dublin since the 1930’s.  Our services have grown to include 22 Schools and Colleges, 10 Youthreach Centres, 7 Prisons, a CDETB Adult Education Service operating in 5 separate areas, a Youth Service – CDYSB operating citywide and a series of specially targeted programmes.
The purpose of the CDETB is to develop, to provide and to support high quality person centred learning opportunities for young people and adults in Dublin City.  The Education and Training Board Act 2013 gives a wide remit to CDETB in education at first and second level as well as adult education and training. CDETB believes that the following definition of Further Education and Training is a useful working definition.  

City of Dublin Education and Training Board operates a Continuing Professional Development Unit known as the Curriculum Development Unit (CDU). The CDU supports  the professional development needs of CDETBs employees (over 3,000 Teachers). The CDU, established in 1972, is a teacher centred research and development institute, which over the years has developed and supported a variety of local, national and international programmes and initiatives at Junior Cycle, Senior Cycle and Further Education levels which include Post Leaving Certificate, Youth, Adult and Community Programmes. Much of the more recent work of the CDU is focused on supporting teachers in programmes that address educational disadvantage and promote social justice.

Kaunas University of Technology (KTU) is the largest technical university in Baltic states (17000 students) and aims at improving the quality of distance education (DE) services. To accomplish these aims KTU carries out applied DE research, develops virtual learning environments, DE courses, interactive conference systems, etc. KTU is strengthening its position in the educational market in Lithuania and Europe.
The main tasks and activities of different departments, including E-Learning Technology Centre and the Faculty of Informatics is related with Higher Education infrastructure based on modern telecommunication, information and video conference technologies, development of university teachers' and students' competence for digital communication. Staff of  the Centre builds up the internet portals, virtual communities, virtual learning environments and multimedia material as well as e-curriculum for different faculties of KTU for teachers, students training and learning.

Kodolanyi Janos Foiskola (KJF) is a state accredited foundation university offering, academic programs in the fields of tourism & hospitality, business management, mass media & communication, social sciences, history, cultural and language studies. Besides the academic programs KJU also offers a wide range of post secondary, LLP courses for trainers and trainees as well as international semesters, summer courses, study tours and internship programs. 
In Hungary KJF has pioneered development of e-based training at all levels conforming to EU standards supported with specialist applied research. All programmes capitalize on the professional knowledge of qualified faculty and professional trainers as well as guest lecturers from the industry and international partners. 

KJF has a track record of local & community outreach VET training to develop employment and enterprise opportunities. It is also committed to generating capacity within the region by targeting non traditional groups and their representatives. It focuses on vocational areas to include business, tourism, education and media. It has a strong language faculty and is now offering degree programmes in English.  There is a strong Centre for International Education & Services  with agreements with over 260 partner organizations worldwide.  This Centre  provides the necessary management, administrative and financial support to ensure effective participation in international projects.