A specific department of our company plans and implements EU co-financed projects. Promimpresa has participated to several EU-funded projects and its staff is experienced in managing European projects also in terms of evaluation of results and impacts.
Its experience on projects co-financed by the European Union consists on:
- ESF projects, mostly in the field of employment of women and young people;
- Several Erasmus+ projects (see the following description of approved projects) both on Key Action 2 and in Key action 1;
- Interreg Mediterranean with an ongoing approved project, ENI CBC MED and IEV Italie-Tunisie (projects submitted to the last call in January 2018), with a particular focus on Tourism, SMEs and NEETS
- Lifelong Learning Programme projects, with a wide experience in managing training courses and also international mobilities, being involved in several LLP approved projects, both in sending and hosting activities (of large groups of people). Leonardo da Vinci and Grundtvig projects were developed in the field of intercultural dialogue and in improving the use of languages at European level.
TOURISMED – The aim of this ongoing project is to promote a Mediterranean sustainable tourism offer, developing new products and itineraries focused on fishing activities and creating clusters of local SMEs, thus connecting tourism with local economic and cultural resources and traditional heritage. A fishing tourism business model will be tested and transferred in the coastal territories of Italy, Cyprus, Greece, Albania, France and Spain as a way to promote a sustainable approach to tourism, while fostering the preservation of the marine ecosystem and traditional fishing culture of the MED region. Expected changes concern an improved use of resources by artisanal fishers, a diversification of income in the sector and a better valorization of coastal traditional heritage and local seafood.
“Well School Tech” – Erasmus+ Strategic Partnerships for school education – This ongoing project is focused on strengthening the profile of the teaching professions by supporting teachers in lower secondary schools to deliver high quality teaching, deal with complex classroom realities and adopt new methods and tools. The exchange of knowledge and expertise among partners is aimed to create an innovative pedagogical tool on the basis of already developed practices in the field of mental well-being management in school. ICT methodologies are integrated in order to create more attractive resources targeting students.
“GLOBAL-SPIN – Transnational Entrepreneurship and Corporate Learning: Fostering Effective Internationalization Strategies in Academic Spin-Offs”. This ongoing project aims to develop an innovative and inclusive training tool for managers of academic Spin-Offs on transnational entrepreneurship, based in a new approach to corporate learning and using web and tablet technologies, to provide the knowledge, skills, and resources needed for these professionals to implement effective strategies of internationalization in their ventures.
“Sicily Transfer” – Through this project Bulgarian teachers participated to bilateral exchanges to learn the Italian methods of teaching electro-engineering sciences and as a result to identify the best practices in this field. This was aimed to contribute to a greater motivation for introducing new technologies in the sphere of electro-engineering education in Bulgaria, as well as enhancing teachers’ personal and professional competences.
“InnoSpark” – The aim of this project is to foster innovation and contribute to increase the growth and competitiveness of ICT SMEs, to adequately respond to the dynamic changes and challenges posed by environment. Its activities are focused on promoting entrepreneurship, productivity, commercialising
“Job Assist – Better Employment Competencies through Individualized e-training” – The main aim of the project is to provide integrated support tailored for the most disadvantaged groups of unemployed in the context of global economic crisis through development of an innovative integrated training tool in order to increase motivation and self-awareness, create incentives for acquiring the new skills demanded on the labor market, improve job competencies and thus promote efficient reintegration of jobseekers into employment.
“Welness – Skills for true wellbeing”. The project was focused to improve the content and delivery of adult education through the provision of skills that enhance wellbeing of professionals and learners. 7 European organizations from 6 different EU countries were involved to implement a cross-national needs analysis to facilitate training tools and courses that allow educators to monitor their levels of wellbeing and to apply self-regulation strategies in order to achieve satisfying levels of wellness.
KODE – Learning Languages: the “Keys to Open the Door to Europe”. The project was focused on adult education to widespread EU languages learning and knowledge of different cultures. Its main topics were immigration, environmental protection and gender equality.