Confederazione Nazionale dell’artigianato e della piccola e media impresa di Pesaro e Urbino – Italy – Coordinator
CNA Pesaro is part of the national association of transportation enterprises (CNA FITA Pesaro). The association represents operators who transport people and goods, which at national level has more than 35000 associated enterprises in the transportation sector. Most of the associates transport industrial products, agrofood products, chemical and petrol goods, cars, construction material and other goods. CNA is also co-founder of UETR, l’Union Européenne de Transporteurs Routiers, which has direct contact with the European Commission on different issues.
CNA FITA organizes directly, or in cooperation with its training centre, training paths for access to the profession of driver, for professional certification as drivers, for people responsible for transporting dangerous goods and other. The organization offers continuous training based on the needs of the drivers. It is also part of the Administration body of CERTICHIM, the main certification body in quality of transportation.
Mag Prenner & Partner GmbH
Mag. Prenner & Partner GmbH – COSGROUP – ist ein mittelständisches Unternehmen mit Sitz in Baden/Niederösterreich. Das Unternehmen hat sich seit 1997 von einem lokalen Trainingsinstitut zu einem internationalen Konzern mit Beteiligungen in Polen und Bulgarien entwickelt. Während das Kerngeschäft noch in der Ausbildung besteht, wachsen die Aktivitäten im Bereich der Beratungsleistungen stetig. Insbesondere im Hinblick auf Fahrertrainings und Beratungsleistungen in diesem Bereich hat die COSGROUP umfangreiche Erfahrungen in allen relevanten Fragen zu den in der EU-Richtlinie 2003/59 festgelegten Anforderungen an Fahrer gesammelt.
Basierend auf diesen Erfahrungen mit Fahrern war die COSGROUP eines der ersten österreichischen Unternehmen, das ab 2008 mit C95-Trainings begann.
Training 2000 psc
TRAINING 2000 is a VET organisation certified in the Marche Region for regional training, with experience in education and training in different sectors. At EU level, Training 2000 is involved in research and development of new methodologies in training (blended learning) applied within the LLP program. TRAINING 2000 has been involved in international projects with partners from most European countries in which it has covered issues related to training of trainers, immigrants, requalification of people over 50, youth training, specialization for employed and unemployed people. Training 2000 is continuously promoting adult training in the region for apprenticeship, employed, unemployed, communities, adults and younger people. Training 2000 delivers training for people working in small and medium enterprises on topics related to ICT, transport, language learning, project management, environmental ethics.
University of Applied Sciences and Arts of Southern Switzerland (SUPSI)
The University of Applied Sciences and Arts of Southern Switzerland (SUPSI) is one of the nine Swiss Universities of Applied Sciences. It has more than 800 collaborators and about 10.000 students. SUPSI offers Bachelor and Master Degree courses, and provides a number of continuing education courses.
Considerable attention is given to research. Since its foundation, SUPSI has completed numerous research projects mainly related to the scientific areas covered by its didactic programmes. Research is conducted in key sectors by means of European and National projects. In particular the Information Systems and Networking Institute (ISIN) of the Department of Innovative Technologies is active in different areas such as e-learning, web technologies, networking, security and information systems. The large number of applied research projects allows SUPSI to contribute directly to the economic and social development of the region.
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