Programme Partners

CDE Petra Patrimonia (coordinator of the project)

Offers a support program for business creators, new entrepreneurs, the unemployed in general and in particular young people wishing to create an economic activity in the fields mentioned. The cooperative aims to promote economic initiative by among others, enabling project managers to create a full-scale business testing of their project’s economic feasibility.


SABA is a private vocational high school established in 2007. It has four departments: Business, Administration, Computer Science (IT) and Tourism. The first year (2007) the school was opened in the capital of Macedonia, Skopje. Students at SABA have the privilege to experience an educational system that is different from the public schools in Macedonia. They are focused on the field they study (business, administration, computer science or tourism) and they not only have theoretical, but also have much practical experience.

Inqubator Leeuwarden

The focus of Inqubator is on helping (student) start-ups to firmly establish their business and to help them maximize their growth over a maximum period of three years. To this end, Inqubator offers a shared room facility in which start-up entrepreneurs can work on their business plan, get advice on how they should proceed in the development of their business and follow different kinds of workshops and masterclasses. Most start-up entrepreneurs originate from the VET schools or Universities in the city of Leeuwarden, many of them in the creative sector and/or ICT.


A training consulting company located in Piraeus, Greece. Its activities consist of training, management consulting, quality assurance, evaluation and development of ICT solutions for both private and public sector. Clients of IDEC are both SMEs and the bigger Greek companies of a wide variety of sectors. It co-operates with more than 800 institutes all through Europe and has about 300 experts on specific fields.


IIEK DELTA has been established in 1971 and soon became the leader in Vocational Training in Greece, certified by the Greek Ministry of Education and the E.U. With 47 years of experience in private education, offering Post-Secondary Training Programs of Level 5. Its goal is to ensure the quality of the provided knowledge and high levels of professional rehabilitation and employment.


CECOA is a public vocational training center. The aim of CECOA is to promote educational activities and vocational training, including the apprenticeship in the commerce and services sectors. CECOA works in different training modalities and for different target groups: initial VET for Young People and Adults; continuing training for employees and people already in the labor market distance learning, training of trainers, support services/consultancy for companies and organisations. Finally CECOA is a center dedicated to guidance, validation, assessment and certification of skills, but also competences.


Eurodimensions seeks to fulfil the need to nurture entrepreneurship through education, competitiveness, business development, training and the creation of partnerships. Eurodimensions believes that the direction and success of a business is dependent on making the right strategic decisions reliant on the knowledge triangle and innovation performance. Eurodimensions is active in transferring its knowledge and experience in other sectors (e.g. education and training, social inclusion, Quality Assurance and ICT); showing the positive impact that European instruments of lifelong learning can have on training/educational paths.

This project has been funded with the support of the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union. This communication reflects the views only of the authors, and neither the European Commission nor the Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency can be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.

Project number: 2020-1-FR01-KA226-VET-094938