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Asset Skills BEST Institut für berufsbezogene Weiterbildung und Personaltraining GmBH BTL Group Ltd Business in the Community Deutsches Institut für Erwachsenenbildung e. V. Investors in People UK Institutul Roman De Educatia Adultilor KTP Spolecnost pro kvalifikaci na trhu práce Learning and Skills Council London Development Agency National Adult Literacy Agency Schweizerischer Verband für Weiterbildung SVEB Skills for Work Ltd unionlearn with the TUC
Asset Skills
2 The Courtyard
28 New North Road
Exeter EX4 4EP
UK
Asset Skills
e: ssimpson@assetskills.org
w: www.assetskills.org
Contact person: Sharon SIMPSON
Asset Skills is the Sector Skills Council (SSC) for the Property, Facilities Management, Housing and Cleaning industries. Their main aim is to improve and develop skills in these sectors. They are the lead SSC for adult literacy and numeracy and co-ordinate activity to raise awareness of the importance of these skills in the workplace.

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BEST Institut für berufsbezogene Weiterbildung und Personaltraining GmBH
(BEST Institute of Vocational Education and Personnel Training)
Mariahilfer Strasse 8
A-1070 Vienna
Austria
BEST
e: projekte@best-training.com
w: www.best.at
Contact person: Helmut KRONIKA
BEST Institute of Vocational Education and Personnel Training is a private provider of vocational educational training mainly to unemployed people in the regions of Vienna and Lower Austria. Educational offers range from courses delivering IT, language, office and business skills to various job coaching and soft skills programmes.

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BTL Group Ltd
Salts Wharf
Ashley Lane
Shipley BD17 7DB
West Yorkshire
UK
BTL Group Ltd
e: jeremy.carter@btl.com
w: www.btl.com
Contact person: Jeremy CARTER
BTL Group Ltd is an award winning independent provider of e-assessment development and delivery systems. They provide e-assessment, e-learning and e-strategy services to a range of public and private sector organisations in the UK, and they are leading the way in developing new assessment methods which make the most of on-screen technologies.

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Business in the Community
137 Shepherdess Walk
London N1 7RQ
UK
Business in the Community
e: sarah.gibb@bitc.org.uk
w: www.bitc.org.uk
Contact person: Sarah GIBB
Business in the Community is a unique movement of over 800 member companies committed to improving their impact on society. Over five years, Business in the Community's Business Action on Skills campaign has worked with hundreds of large businesses to support workplace training. The campaign has developed www.skillstories.org a social network for skills employers and partners.

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Deutsches Institut für Erwachsenenbildung e. V.
(German Institute for Adult Education)
Friedrich-Ebert-Allee 38
DE-53113 Bonn
Germany
Deutsches Institut für Erwachsenenbildung e. V.
e: bosche@die-bonn.de
w: www.die-bonn.de
Contact person: Brigitte BOSCHE
The German Institute for Adult Education is a publicly funded research and service institute in the field of adult education. It is the main centre of expertise in adult and continuing education in Germany. It acts as an interface between research and practice, supporting both of these areas with its services.

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Investors in People UK
7-10 Chandos Street
London
W1G 9DQ
UK
Investors in People UK
e: francesg@iipuk.co.uk
w: www.iipuk.co.uk
Contact person: Frances GRAHAM
Investors in People UK is a non-departmental public body which manages the development, marketing, promotion and quality assurance of the Investors in People Standard, Models and Profile. It is their aim to deliver continuous business improvement to organisations through the development of business improvement tools enabling people management and people development within the UK.

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Institutul Roman De Educatia Adultilor
(Romanian Institute for Adult Education)
Calea Bogdanestilor Nr 32/a
300089 Timisoara
Romania
Institutul Roman De Educatia Adultilor
e: irea@irea.uvt.ro
w: www.irea.uvt.ro
Contact person: Andreea DOROBANTU
The Romanian Institute for Adult Education is a non-profit research institute in the field of adult education offering scientific and methodological support for all adult education institutions in Romania. Its main purpose is to conduct research, publish books and materials and to support research and development activities.

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KTP Spolecnost pro kvalifikaci na trhu práce
(KTP Association for Qualification at the Labour Market)
Holandská 4
CZ-66902 Znojmo
Czech Republic
KTP Spolecnost pro kvalifikaci na trhu práce
e: projects@ktp-znojmo.org
w: www.ktp-znojmo.org
Contact person: Beata HOLA
KTP is a non-profit association which participates in activities to integrate a European dimension into national structures of vocational training and guidance. Its main objectives include supporting and implementing projects related to the requirements of the labour market and in the area of professional qualification, and supporting international exchange of information.

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Learning and Skills Council (London Region)
Centrepoint
103 New Oxford Street
London WC1A 1DR
UK
Learning and Skills Council
e: matthew.bird@lsc.gov.uk
w: www.lsc.gov.uk
Contact person: Matthew BIRD
The Learning and Skills Council (LSC) is responsible for planning and funding education and training for everyone in England other than those in universities. The LSC's aim is to make England better skilled and more competitive by improving the skills of young people and adults, thereby ensuring England has a workforce of world-class standard.

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London Development Agency
Palestra
197 Blackfriars Road
London SE1 8AA
UK
London Development Agency
e: michaelgranger@lda.gov.uk
w: www.lda.gov.uk
Contact person: Michael GRANGER
The London Development Agency is the Economic Development Agency for London. It invests in physical, business and people development. It aims to support and improve skills and employment infrastructure to maximise business growth and skills of the workforce, and is a key partner in regional and national policy and strategy development.

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National Adult Literacy Agency (NALA)
76 Lower Gardiner Street
Dublin 1
Ireland
National Adult Literacy Agency
e: hryan@nala.ie
w: www.nala.ie
Contact person: Helen RYAN
NALA is a membership organisation concerned with national co-ordination, training and policy development in adult literacy work in Ireland. Its aim is to ensure all adults with literacy difficulties have access to high quality learning opportunities. NALA has been involved in Irish workplace basic education projects for approximately eight years.

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Schweizerischer Verband für Weiterbildung SVEB
(Swiss Federation for Adult Learning)
Oerlikonerstrasse 38
CH-8057 Zürich
Switzerland
Schweizerischer Verband für Weiterbildung SVEB
e: bernhard.graemiger@alice.ch
w: www.alice.ch
Contact person: Bernhard GRAEMIGER
The Swiss Federation for Adult Learning is the umbrella organisation for general and vocational adult learning in Switzerland. It promotes cooperation among adult learning institutions, creates awareness of the importance of adult learning, and supports its members' activities. Members include private and state schools, associations, canton officials, employers, and individuals involved in adult learning.

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Skills for Work Ltd
Adhara House
37 Harefields
Oxford OX2 8HG
UK
Skills for Work Ltd
e: dominic@skillsforwork.co.uk
w: www.skillsforwork.co.uk
Contact person: Dominic RAPLEY
Skills for Work Ltd is a consultancy company specialising in workplace basic skills development. Skills for Work aims to increase employer demand for workplace basic skills development; support training providers to respond to employers' and employees' needs; and facilitate strategic, whole organisation approaches to basic skills development.

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unionlearn with the TUC
Congress House
23-38 Great Russell Street
London WC1B 3LS
UK
unionlearn with the TUC
e: jtennison@tuc.org.uk
w: www.unionlearn.org.uk/sertuc
Contact person: Jon TENNISON
Unionlearn is a national organisation which is part of the Trades Union Congress (TUC). Their purpose is to help trade unions open up a wide range of high quality learning opportunities for their members. They also aim to represent the interests of the workforce around learning and skills issues.

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