No Cyberbullying at the School!

No Cyberbullying at the School!

Implementation period: 19.09.2016 – 18.09.2018
Assistance program: ERASMUS+
Project number: 2016-1-TR01-KA201-034233

Project description:

The main aim of the project was to raise awareness against cyberbullying, to learn what had been done regarding the prevention of tyranny and using it for the sake of partner schools in Partners’ countries.

To achieve this goal, the project Partners established that they would conduct several trainings (LTTAs) devoted for partners and target group members (teachers). During the LTTAs, participants learned about cyberbullying, the ways to prevent this danger and methods of helping the victims and their families. During the project realization, Partners developed the website and created social media accounts (on Instagram, Facebook, YouTube) to publish the useful information about this phenomenon.
Within the project, an e-book including of the information and activities and results carried out was prepared. For a better recognition and stronger dissemination effect, Partners used eTwinning platform to share the information and project’s results, and created “eTwinning corner” in each Partner’s organization.

  • Faik Erbagi Ortaokulu – Ankara, Turkey (coordinator)
  • Stowarzyszenie „Centrum Wspierania Edukacji i Przedsiębiorczości” – Rzeszów, Poland
  • Ud’Anet Srl – Torrevecchia Teatina, Italy
  • Agrupamento de Escolas de Moure e Ribeira do Neiva – Vila Verde, Portugal
  • Ankara Milli Egitim Mudurlugu – Ankara, Turkey
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WaterWorldAdventure – Interactive eBook to improve the Ocean Literacy of Kids

Implementation period: 01.10.2016 – 30.09.2018
Assistance program: ERASMUS+
Project number: 2016-1-EL01-KA201-023456

Project description:

The main goal of this project was to create and make available online to educators, an educational interactive ebook – WaterWorldAdventure.

This eBook helped to improve the Ocean Literacy of pre-school children (3-6 years old). The eBook was developed considering:

  • 7 Essential Principles and the Fundamental Concepts of the Ocean Literacy Framework, developed by the National Marine Educators Association in the US, and is the world reference in this area;
  • Good practices of storytelling and interactive stories, specifically for this age group; thus guaranteeing the robustness of the pedagogical approach and ensuring the alignment with the end users needs (teachers and parents).

Along with the interactive story, a Facilitator’s Guide for teachers and parents was developed. This Guide contributed to the full use of the WaterWorldAdventure eBook by proposing: an overall approach to the use of the eBook; a set of complementary discussion topics/questions to help teachers/parents exploring specific concepts, behaviors, attitudes; a set of complementary activities to help strengthening the learning experience, including simple games, colouring activities or project ideas.


  • Advancis Business Services Lda – Porto, Portugal
  • Inspectoratul Scolar Judetean – Arad, Romania
  • Boon Unipessoal Lda – Matosinhos, Portugal
  • The Centre for Education and Entrepreneurship Support – Rzeszów, Poland
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Boosting Young Entrepreneurs – 8
Implementation period: 1.02.2016 – 31.01.2018
Assistance program: Erasmus for Young Entrepreneurs
Project number: COS-EYE-2015-4-01

Project description:

Objective of the proposal of BYE-8 consortium was to provide the opportunity to Nascent Entrepreneurs to receive on-the-job-training from experienced entrepreneurs and to encourage the activation of Host entrepreneurs in order to realize successful relationships.

The partners of the BYE-8 consortium were selected not only from various European countries but also from different economic sectors that could facilitate the successful match up (Chambers, Academic Institutions, consultancy, NGOs, etc.) The BYE-8 partnership constituted an integrated synthesis of experienced and new “fresh” organizations thus ensuring a sustainable base providing assistance to new and “wannabe” entrepreneurs to develop their own business through an intensive activation together with “suitable” experienced entrepreneurs.

Target group:
  • Nascent Entrepreneurs
  • Host Entrepreneurs


  • FORMAPER – Italy (coordinator)
  • First Elements Euroconsultants Ltd – Cyprus
  • Andalucía Emprende, Fundación Pública Andaluza – Spain
  • Employability Town Ltd – United Kingdom
  • Polish Chamber of Commerce – Poland
  • Instalofi levante, s.l. – Spain
  • Centrum Wspierania Edukacji i Przedsiębiorczości – Poland
  • Erasmus Centre for Entrepreneurship B.V. – Netherlands
Gamify Your Teaching

Gamify Your Teaching

Gamify Your Teaching – increasing vocational competences of entrepreneurship Teachers with the use of gamification

Implementation period: 01.09.2015 – 01.09.2017
Assistance program: ERASMUS+
Project number: 2015-1-RO01-KA202-014975

Project description:

The project was addressed to the entrepreneurship Teachers who worked with young people and use traditional methods of teaching.

An on-line game created by the partnership has served the Teachers as an innovative didactic tool which is more suitable for the needs of youth who are used the virtual world.
Besides the game, the Teachers recived didactic materials, explaining the usage of the game. These materials, together with the game, were tested in the last months of project implementation and the recommendations from testing were taken into account in the final version of the game and didactic materials.
Another effect of the project was the collection of case studies, showing the examples of successful businesses. The aim of these examples was to encourage young people to open up own companies.

  • CNIPMMR ARAD – Arad, Romania (coordinator)
  • Inova Consultancy – Sheffield, United Kingdom
  • Socialiniu inovaciju fondas – Kaunas, Lithuania
  • KMOP – Athens, Greece
  • InEuropa – Modena, Italy
  • FyG Consultores – Valencia, Spain
  • Centrum Wspierania Edukacji i Przedsiębiorczości – Rzeszów, Poland


Implementation period: 01.10.2015 – 30.09.2017
Assistance program: ERASMUS+
Project number: 2015-2-BG01-KA205-014544

Project description:

The idea of the project had been related to the announced by the European Commission statistics date relating to unemployment among young people in the EU.
Unemployment among youths has been a top priority for UE countries. One of the reasons why this phenomenon occurs is the lack of entrepreneurial attitudes of young people.
The aim of the project was to develop and implement in 6 countries (Poland, Lithuania, Spain, Italy, Croatia, Bulgaria), an innovative method called ForProve. It contributed to reduce unemployment among young people. This method combines the two theoretical models: Improve Theatre and Forum Theatre. The main aim of the project was to equip young people with entrepreneurship skills by the innovative method.
The attractiveness of theatre art had to be developed for creating and strengthening the skills of young people which they need in order to be successful in the business world. The new method has been based on good practices in Forum Theater and Improve Theater. It is an innovative non formal education method for stimulation of the entrepreneurship, leadership and transversal skills, definitely contributing to success on the labour market in the partner countries.


  • Know and Can Association – Sofia, Bulgaria
  • M&M Profuture Training, S.L. – Cornella de Llobregat, Spain
  • Coges Societa Cooperativa Sociale – Venezia, Italia
  • Klub mladih Split – Split, Croatia
  • Socialiniu inovaciju fondas – Kowno, Lithuania
  • Centre for Education and Enterprise Support – Rzeszów, Poland


Implementation period: 01.10.2015 – 30.09.2017
Assistance program: ERASMUS+
Project number: 2015-1-PL01-KA204-016557

Project description:

BEVIN project was addressed to a wide audience: public educational institutions/sectorial organisations involved in the non-formal and informal learning process and/or validation as well as educational entities and individuals who were actively implementing validation of non-formal and informal learning.

Teachers and trainers who accompanied or supported their students during non-formal and/or informal learning and also to all organisation and institutions that were planning validation of non-formal and informal learning. The main aim of the BEVIN project was to raise the indicator of recognizability of adults competences acquired through non-formal and informal learning. The partnership had achieved this aim through realization of the following operational goals:

  • developing of database of effective tools for validation of non-formal and informal learning;
  • developing of validation opportunities trends analyzer.

More information could be found on the project web site.


  • Sea Teach S.L. – Cala D’or, Spain
  • Volontariato Torino – Italy
  • RUNI CENTER – Sofia, Bulgaria
  • Centrum Wspierania Edukacji i Przedsiebiorczosci – Rzeszow, Poland
  • Biedrība Eurofortis – Riga, Latvia
ET-NEETs – Effective Training for NEETs

ET-NEETs – Effective Training for NEETs

Implementation period: 09.2014 – 08.2016
Assistance program: ERASMUS+
Project number: 2014-1-UK01-KA204-000029

Project description:

ET-NEETs project is a response to the lack of systemic mechanism for the exchange of good practices in support of people known as NEETs, ie outside employment, education or training.
Following the recommendations of the European Commission partnership in this project would also help NEETs in raising the 8 key competences.
The main objective of the ET-NEETs is to provide innovative support, guidance and providing a significant impact on the quality of training offered by the teachers and educators of young people in difficulty (NEETs).


  • The development of a common framework for identifying indicators to measure the effective training. You will now be possible to provide educational institutions with instruments to measure the impact and effectiveness of the training they provide.
  • Creating an online platform, which will include a “best practice” in relation to training programs for NEET at European level.
  • Develop training materials for teachers and trainers working with NEETs.

Target group
This project sets out three main target groups:

  • Group A: organizations that are directly related to the level of NEETs procedures and management-driven support, local governments and related departments of social services, large foundations etc.
  • Group B: NGOs, charities, small and medium-sized enterprises, training institutions, teachers and trainers who provide specialized training on behalf of the group A.
  • Group C: NEETs – people outside employment, education or training, are the main beneficiaries of the project ET-NEETs.


  • Teachsport Management Ltd. – London, UK;
  • Sea Teach S.L. – Cala Do’r, Spain;
  • Lewisham Young Mayor – London, UK;
  • Centrum Wspierania Edukacji i Przedsiębiorczości – Rzeszow, Poland
TAP – Together Against Poverty

TAP – Together Against Poverty

Implementation period: 09.2014 – 08.2016
Assistance program: ERASMUS+
Project number: 2014-1-PL01-KA204-003326

Project description:

The main goal of the project is poverty prevention through development and implementation of educational tools that are suitable for both target groups of the project.

The main Intellectual Outputs are related to planned actions undertaken in two stages of the project. In the first stage – research – it has been planned to conduct a thorough study of poverty and social exclusion, supplemented with the study of social security models. The these actions are expected to produce the following outputs:

  • Research paper on poverty;
  • Research paper on the functioning of social security models.

The second stage – workshops – involves development of a methodology and holding workshops for the two target groups. The results produced at this stage are:

  • Methodology for conducting workshops targeted at groups of people at risk of poverty and social exclusion;
  • Methodology for conducting workshops targeted at decision and social policy makers.

Target group

  • people at risk of poverty or social exclusion (unemployed, low-skilled, low level of education, single parents, large families and people with low income);
  • decision makers and social policy makers.


  • “Center for Education and Enterprise Support” Association – Poland (coordinator)
  • Mittetulundusühing MITRA – Estonia
  • Volontariato Torino – Italy
  • Consortiul International Lectura si Scrierea pentru Dezvoltarea Gandirii Critice – Romania
  • Stichting LEIDO – Netherlands


Implementation period: 01.2014 – 12.2015
Assistance program: Leonardo da Vinci Transfer innowacji
Project number: 2013-1-PL1-LEO05-37800

Project description:

The main objective of the project was the development and testing of an European Credit System for Vocational Education and Training (ECVET) and improvement of the mobility of workers in the the construction sector by engaging them to create innovative content and structure of a web application with built-in qualifications comparison tool based on the transferred cascade training methodology and PALS tools.

The main result of the project was a web-based application containing a module that was used to compare existing qualifications with the content of ECVET training. Moreover, in the framework of the project reports and dissemination materials were developed. Soft outcomes of the project were: the knowledge of ECVET, the ability to analyze training programs, better offer of training institutions, which would positively impact the mobility of workers in the construction sector and increased number of workers legally taking up employment in member countries.

Target group
Workers in the construction sector, in particular people working on concrete constructions, hydraulics, together with those dealing with maintenance and repair of buildings and their energy efficiency improvement.


  • Association “Center for Support of Education and Entrepreneurship” – Rzeszow, Poland
  • Torridge Training Consultants Ltd – Bideford, United Kingdom
  • Sea Teach SL – Cala D’or, Spain
  • Federación Valenciana de Empresarios de la Construccion – Valencia, Spain
  • Development and Consulting Center Dariusz Cegliński – Rzeszow, Poland
  • Gabrovo Chamber of Commerce and Industry – Gabrovo, Bulgaria
  • CRYSTAL CLEAR SOFT – Athens, Greece
CME – CyberMentors Europe

CME – CyberMentors Europe

Implementation period: 01.2013 – 11.2014
Assistance program: Daphne III
Project number: JUST/2011/DAP/AG

Project description:

Change of attitudes towards violence affecting young people through the use of cybermentoring in six European countries.

The results of the project

  • creating active web portals designed for young people up to 25 years, experiencing violence, harassment or bullying in their peer groups;
  • training of the aid team consisting of psychologists, mentors and volunteers, supporting young people through the network and providing direct support;
  • dissemination of fresh ideas amongst young people about cybermentoring, through training

Target group

Children, adolescents and adults aged 11-25 years, experiencing violence, harassment and bullying in contact with their peers, parents and care givers of children and young adults, teachers, police, social activists.


  • Beat Bullying Limited (UK)
  • Goldsmith University (UK)
  • Komunikujeme o.s. (Czech Republic)
  • Universita` Degli Studio di Firenze (Italy)
  • Tender (Italy)
  • Instituto de Desenvolvimento (Portugal)
  • Asociatia de Mediere a Conflictelor MIST (Romania)
  • Concello de Ourense Concellaria de Xuventude (Spain)


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With financial support from the Daphne III Programme of the European Union.
This publication/material/website has been produced with the financial support of the Daphne III Programme of the European Commission. The contents of this publication are the sole responsibility of CME consortium and can in no way be taken to reflect the views of the European Commission.

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