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As a management and coordination platform for the actions of local stakeholder systems, AGFE strengthens coherence and effectiveness of the various public interventions in the field of training, employment and inclusion. Therefore, it promotes:
• through its territorial platform, coordination of public integration and employment policies for target audiences, and shared evaluation of results; • pooling of financial assistance from local authorities with the State, supported by the European Union in particular via the European Social Fund (ESF) and Erasmus+; • organization and territorial management of social and professional integration pathways, including European mobility; • project engineering for local development, • networking with economic agents, • professionalization of local stakeholders.
Association A idées formation is a training centre approved by the Walloon Region as a Socioprofessional integration center and Information & communication technology mobilization plan, recognized by Forem - the Walloon Office for Vocational Training and Employment.
For the past 30 years, A idées formation (formerly AID BW-OISP) has been pursuing its missions to train and accompany low-skilled jobseekers so that they acquire technical and cross-cutting skills they need to carry out a job in which they can fulfil their potential. Through its training activities, teh association targets sustainable integration and quality employment.
A idées formation is part of AID network (Integrated Development Actions). It hosts over 50 trainees per year in two professional training courses: a training in office automation to work as administrative employees and reception agents - 9 months (undergoing adjustment to better meet needs and changes); a training in graphic communication to work as a computer graphic designer and multimedia operator - 12 months.
SENSCOP is a cooperative that offers services, training and advices in organization, management and communication. It has a social vocation to contribute to local and sustainable development as a key to solidarity between the actors of a territory, through transition, the pooling of skills, services and resources, democratic debate and collective governance.
The cooperative places particular emphasis on the development of self-directed learning paths to encourage the educational development of "Free Agent Learners". It exploits the latest technologies in its service offering by offering members of target groups the possibility of developing their key skills in accessible mixed learning environments and by implementing active pedagogies with the strongest evidence in favor of their effectiveness, such as the link between lessons and real life, individualization, self-employment and collaborative training.
Consorzio EVT is a consortium of Italian cooperatives working to promote and support access to skills and employment, especially for young people, but also for adults, through the production and marketing of goods and services, which are paid according to the logic of "quantum satis" to achieve their professional and social objectives.
Thanks to its members, EVT can rely on a long experience in the field of social economy and social and professional integration. This system is oriented and specialised in the vocational training and professional integration of disadvantaged people, with the aim of contributing to their social and material well-being and improving their quality of personal and professional life.
Esplai Foundation was created with the aim of promoting social and digital inclusion as well as committed citizenship. It brings together people and organizations, and carries out projects in collaboration with other local organizations, with public administrations and businesses.
It works in the digital inclusion of vulnerable groups as well as in the certification of digital skills in order to bridge the digital divide and improve participants' employability. In recent years, they have been very active in programmes for youth employability in the ICT sector and in coding and robotics projects to develop soft skills among children and young people by promoting technological vocations, with a clear gender approach.
They also work on social and educational projects based on the service-learning methodology, targeting vulnerable young people to develop their interpersonal skills, educate in values and promote volunteering, social entrepreneurship and healthy leisure time. Finally, they also address training actions to socio-digital facilitators, providing them with resources and methodologies to be applied with their final users at the local level.
AID Coordination, Integrated Actions of Development, is a private non-profit organisation that federates 30 socio-professional integration centers throughout French-speaking Belgium (Brussels and Wallonia).
AID network supports socio-professional integration of adults over 18 years, who are low-skilled or unskilled and far from employment. The network thus aims to be a response to situations of inequality, through concrete projects, for people living the realities of social, economic, political and cultural exclusion.
AID, in collaboration with other training actors including the public training service, is working on elaboration of evaluation tools to support and open up opportunities for vulnerable groups. It carries out 5 main missions for its members: political representation and external relations, information and communication, pedagogic engineering and animation, development support and support for administrative and financial management.
Each year, members of AID network host over 2100 trainees to whom they provide nearly one million training hours.