Fast Track to Information Technology (Ireland)


FIT’s mission is to promote an inclusive Smart Economy by creating a fast track to marketable technical skills for those at risk of unemployment long term. It is the primary industry skills development initiative facilitating collaboration with government, education and training providers and disadvantaged communities to enable greater access to employment for marginalised job seekers.

Education Business Services International (EBSI)

Education Business Services International (EBSI ) UK is a highly successful company, based in London for the last 13 years offering high quality programmes and services within the education sector to schools/colleges in West London. EBSI focuses on programmes and services that will provide learners with the right skills set to succeed in the world of work.
We work with over 10,000 students on an annual basis, assisting them to develop skills for the world of work. We deliver skills development programme which focus on their employability skills such as, Work Related programmes, Work Experience, Career Preparation (e.g. mock interviews, career taster days) and CEIAG (Careers education information advice and guidance service).

Cavan and Monaghan ETB

Cavan and Monaghan ETB is a local statutory, education and training authority established under the Education and Training Boards Act 2013. ETBs manage and operate second-level schools, further education colleges, multi-faith community national schools and a range of adult and further education centres delivering education and training programmes.
Cavan and Monaghan ETB provides education to a population of 133,666 cross Counties Cavan and Monaghan.  It services include 10 second level schools, 2 Institutes of Further Education, 6 Youthreach centres for early school leavers, Youth Service, Outdoor Education, Adult Education, Training and Apprenticeships.
Central to ETB operations are the ETB Administration Centres, which act as the hub for all ETB services and centres.  The Administrative functions are delivered through a pillar structure, comprising Human Resources, Finance, Capital Management and Corporate Services.  Cavan and Monaghan ETB headquarters are in Monaghan town with a sub-office in Cavan town.  The ETB is a significant employer within the region with a total staff of approximately 1300.  Some 600 staff members are employed full-time with 700 employed part-time. 

Fundacion tecnalia research & innovation

Tecnalia is the leading private, non-profit, and independent research and technology entity in Spain and one of the largest in Europe, employing 1,419 people (164 PhD holders). Tecnalia is organized by markets, including industry and transport, information and communication technologies, construction, energy and environment, innovation strategies, health and quality of life. Tecnalia has been very active in FP7, participating up to June 2013 in 353 projects and coordinating 76 of them. 
TECNALIA has founded Team Academy Euskadi (, creating new learning programmes to promote entrepreneurial competences, culture and social interaction and to foster the incubation of new technology based firms.

Baltijos edukacinių technologijų institutas

Baltic education technology institute (BETI) operates in the field of ICT and education technologies for more than 15 years. At the moment there are 12 employees working at BETI. 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. BETI also offers extracurricular training and comprehensive preparation for future studies for pupils. The BETI team has been actively participating in national and European initiatives such as Eureka, Leonardo da Vinci, Phare, KA3, Grundvig and other.



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