The project “On Track” developed a tracking system for graduates of vocational education and training which will enable VET providers to monitor their students’ career and further education.
Innome – the main goal of the project was to develop educational material based on Innovation Management Standard for senior and middle managers of corporations, to enable them to establish and manage a process – controlling system.
The aim of the project was to promote the higher level of the participation of the older people (50+) in the working process and to help them keep in employment. The project established a trans-national network to encourage participation of the older people in education with the special focus on their special needs.
LISTEN – The role of our partnership was to provide teachers, lecturers and students with an opportunity to exchange experiences, practices and information on teaching and learning methods so that they jointly create new approaches.
Q4 SME was targeting at transfer an adaptation of existing innovative results to provide the large SME community with the modern courses about improvement of the production quality and all aspects of the quality control adapted especially to the specific needs of SMEs.
The goal of the SAGE project was to create tools for institutions and people working with 50+ citizens so that these mediators (Social Consultants 50+) can support, promote and help widen the social and economic activities of citizens over 50.
The main idea of the project “Active ageing – ageing well” – SIGOLD was to support the creation of age integrated society, help 50+ workers to get a chance for active ageing.
The main objective of the project was to improve the capacity of local government (LG) and to support the provision of better public services in the field of migration and diversity management in 4 countries (Greece, Turkey, Hungary and Slovakia).
The Smart Communities Project – a virtual education, research, development and innovation network in the Slovak-Hungarian border area finished in April 2019.