This project was created by nine European partners from Belgium, Greece, Romania and Italiy :

  • ACFI (B)
  • CEC (B)
  • Klimaka (GR)
  • Pro Vocatie (RO)
  • Scuola Centrale Formazione (I)
  • Bonnevie (B)
  • Femmes actives (B)
  • ESOPE (B)
  • Le monde des possibles (B)



ACFI is a federation that gathers a network of about forty associations that focus on improving social and occupational integration and social economy initiatives.

The primary mission of ACFI-FIAS´ association members is to support people in difficulty facing the labour market. These associations offer training courses, information, guidance, etc. to people with basic education in order to facilitate their integration into the labour market.

Trainees are taught how to plan their career, how to get a job, how to behave and socialize in a work environment and how to work in an autonomous and responsible way. ACFI supports and trains in particular low qualified people who are out of the labour market and they are usually living in a highly precarious situation.

To do so, they offer help in various field such as:

  • Theoretical and technical social formations
  • Social and professional integration
  • Accompaniment and follow-up in employment
  • Support in social economy, social enterprises
  • Support in business creation

Our members offer the opportunity to learn and practice a profession while allowing their trainees to build their life projects (professional, family, social, …) in an autonomous and responsible way.

For more information, their website.

CEC – Comité Européen de Coordination

CEC is an European network based in Brussels, and gathers 26 members from 16 members States of the EU.

The European Comity of Coordination representing approximately 1000 associations :

  • Professionals schools,
  • Training centers, companies of training by the work,
  • Social cooperatives,
  • Companies of insertion.

These associations are in charge of the training and social /occupational integration of 100.000 poorly qualified people, in 16 member states of the EU.

For more information, their website


The SCALE is a social institution, non-profit, founded in 2000 and is engaged in providing mental health services and the implementation of integration programs excluded population groups in Greece and abroad.

At one level actions and carrier programs aimed at strengthening multilateral socially excluded in the directions: the proactive approach towards life, responsible assertion of rights and equal inclusion.

Ultimate goals of the organization operations are:

  • The development of human and social capital to address social exclusion,
  • Equal access opportunities and gain social goods,
  • Promotion of mental health,
  • Strengthening social cohesion and solidarity.

They think and work for a world where solidarity and collective actions are fighting to overthrow the causes of exclusion. The keys of their actions are the democracy, the social justice, the public interest, the sustainability, the intergenerational solidarity and the human rights.

For more information, check their webiste

Pro Vocatie

PRO VOCATIE is an NGO founded in 2001, based on training and professional evaluation. This association created in Roumania the first Center for Evaluation the Competences for social field professions.

Their first principle is that all people have rights to education, training, qualification and professional skills certification during all lifetime and without discrimination.

Their mission is to facilitate the acquirement  of professional skills of their clients through a high quality training and professional skill evaluation.

Their vision is to preserve the first place in social profession training and evaluation area and to become in the next years one of the major training providers on the Romanian business market.

PRO VOCATIE issues graduation or qualification certificates that certify the competences according to the occupational standards.

Pro Vocatie is member of: Comité Européen de Coordination (CEC)
Regional pact for occupation ans social inclusion(PACT)

For more information, their website

Scuola Centrale Formazione

SCF is a National Association of training organizations and institutions. It promotes projects and research activities in collaboration with its associates and in partnership with national and international organizations.

SCF’s operational objectives are

  • To facilitate the sharing and exchange of experiences among its associates and at the European level,
  • To qualify trainers and operators of its network,
  • To experiment and promote pilot actions within identified areas of interest,
  • To offer services responding to the specific needs of the different target/users groups

For more information, their website

Centre de formation Bonnevie

The Bonnevie Training Center is a Work Training Workshop (AFT) located in Molenbeek (Brussels) that offers training in automobile mechanics and building renovation.

In the field of automobile mechanics, the center trains maintenance mechanics.
In the building sector, it trains future ceiling assemblers / light-wall assemblers with specialization in eco-construction and assemblers in sanitary installation and central heating.

Femmes actives


The socioprofessional organization “Femmes actives” aims at socializing female audience.

Femmes Actives offers free training in Tournai (Belgium) for women aged 18 or over who are registered as jobseekers and do not have a CESS (diploma of upper secondary education).


Ésope, Studies and Operational Services for the Promotion of Employment, is an adult training center approved by the Walloon Region.

The purpose of the association is to orient, train and retrain anyone regardless of their initial training and their social or professional situation in order to promote their positioning and their insertion on the labour market.

For more information, their website

Le Monde des Possibles

The association “Le Monde des possibles” accompanies since 2001 newcomers and offers training. The association also carries out intercultural projects and activities.

Objectives :

  • The defense of an economic and social policy respectful of the fundamental rights,
  • The specific struggle for the rights of migrants, undocumented workers and unemployed workers,  women and young people,
  • Creation of collectives resulting from intercultural dynamics,
  • Critical exercise combined with political and cultural action.

For more information, their website