Friday, 10 April 2020

Biedriba Eurofortis

The Association "Biedrība Eurofortis" is a multicultural non-governmental organization that aims to facilitate continuing education of schools, enterprises and society, supporting development of different competencies, as well as personal and professional skills. It was established in Riga in 2011, taking over the broad experience of the education and consultancy centre SIA Eurofortis in realization of the EU supported international projects in the field of education and training.
Biedrība Eurofortis takes active part in European educational projects realized within the framework of the Lifelong Learning Programme and ensures availability of educational and up-to-date learning materials, tools and methods, as well as seminars, mobilities and other different training within projects mostly aimed at identification, development and improvement of entrepreneurial competences and knowledge.
Organization is a member of the Latvian Society for Quality (KVALB) that is founded with the objective to develop competence in the area of quality management. One of the aim of KVALB is development of LV economy through prosperity and efficiency of LV businesses. Another important partner of Biedriba Eurofortis is CAL – Civic Alliance-Latvia (abbr. CAL) umbrella organization acting in field of advocacy of non-governmental organizations at the national level. Since 2015 LATEA (Energo efficiency agency of Latvia) became one of the strategic cooperation partners as well. Several projects related to ECVET project were done under Biedriba Eurofortis and our members are cooperating with few National experts in ECVET in Latvia.
Co-founded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union
Co-founded by the
Erasmus+ Programme
of the European Union

© TRAM-WBL Engaging SMEs for Quality Transnational WBL experiences.
Project number: n° 2015-1-IT01-KA202-004735.
ERASMUS+ VET KA2 Cooperation for Innovation and Exchange of Good Practices Strategic Partnerships for vocational education an training - Call: 2015