Partners

To ensure applicability in the majority of situations of European farmers Germany, Lithuania, Poland, Spain and Belgium are looked at specifically in the SEMA II project.

Wrocław University of Environmental and Life Sciences is a coordinating institution of the SEMA II project. WUELS is one of the best specialized Universities in the country. It focuses its wide-ranging activities on education and research covering agriculture and related sciences. The profile of the WUELS and its mission are directly involved in transformation programmes dealing with rural development and food quality and management, with full respect paid to social support and interaction.

The Institute for Rural Development Research (IfLS) is coordinating the SEMA project. IfLS is an independent non-profit research institute at the Goethe University in Frankfurt am Main. It was established in 1956. Since then, it has been addressing the development of agriculture and rural regions in Germany and Europe. A team of around 12 researchers and advisors supported by project assistants and administrative staff are currently managing and implementing around 20 projects.

Career Development and Integration (DEFOIN S.L) was born in 2009 with the idea of promoting training for employment and integration of employed and unemployed workers; a crucial necessity at a time when the economic crisis hit and the skill requirements of workers were high. DEFOIN has extensive experience in the comprehensive management of training plans, as well as specific solutions tailored to the need of design, management and delivery of continuing and occupational training for businesses and employed and unemployed.

ARID is a private, independent NGO, working in the vocational educational field. The association’s main goal is enhance capacities and business skills through lifelong learning. At ARID staff consists of 10 young scientists and advisors providing a comprehensive package of services addressing the needs of modern Polish enterprises especially on matters like innovation and technology.

CEJA is a not-for-profit non-governmental organization dedicated to the field of youth and activities that support the implementation of the EU Youth Strategy. CEJA promotes a younger and innovative European farm sector and aims to create good working and living conditions for young people setting up in farming and those who are already young farmers. CEJA’s activities focus on issues concerning access to land, credit and production rights, and strengthening education and training facilities for young people in rural areas.

BETI was founded in 2003 by an active team of professionals who have been working in the field of ICT and education technologies for more than 15 years. While implementing different activities in higher education and vocational training sectors the rich experience, knowledge and skills were accumulated in the field of ICT enhanced training, distance education methodology, learning technologies, multimedia production, development of web applications, etc.