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KIDS STRENGTHS - KIDS in the CONTEXT of MENTAL DISORDERS
Skill training to Empower Teachers, Health Professionals and Social Workers
MCA  
Partners (institutional) name Marie Curie Association
Responsible person (for the project) Мария Горанова – Вълкова (Mariya Goranova – Valkova)
Address гр. Пловдив, бул. "Освобождение" 31, ет. 1, ап. 4
(31, "Osvobozhdenie" Blvd., fl.1. ap. 4)
PLOVDIV, BULGARIA
Email
Homepage http://www.marie-curie-bg.org
Main area of work concerning early childhood intervention or vulnerable children The team of the Association has extensive knowledge of issues in relation to mentoring, informal learning, education, training and employment .Experts in different sectors are involved: management; e-learning, legislation, education and etc.
Former or present other project activities Marie Curie Association has managed and co-coordinated several international projects in the framework of Lifelong learning programme, Youth in Action, FP7, Phare etc. All those projects are in the field of setting – up mentoring schemes, ODL and e-learning, career guidance, prequalification, employment, laboured law consultancies, mentoring, networks of employers of disability, validation of non-formal and informal learning practices, education, and unemployment mostly for disabled people and services for independent living for elderly people, and all have had an emphasis on IT and web-resources, paper-based carriers, Sign language and Braille format. These projects involve more than 7 000 people per annum.
What else is important and one should know about this institution The MCA team has strong experience in development and maintaining of fully accessible online e-learning platform for more than 10 EU projects. It provides e-learning courses, chat, file storage, glossary, and possibility for communication among the users as well as organisation of online conferences.
This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. Furthermore this project has been funded by the Austrian ministery for education, arts and culture (BMUKK). © 2009-2017 by KIDS STRENGTHS Project
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