Eurobic Toscana Sud  italia

Web site www.bictoscanasud.it
Contact person: Barbara Signorini, Project Mananger

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Eurobic Toscana Sud srl is a vocational training centre recognized by the Region of Tuscany and  an organization to support businesses. Member of EBN (European Business and innovation centre Network), the company has been operating for more than twenty years in the regional context, with particular reference to the southern Tuscany (Siena, Grosseto, Arezzo).

Eurobic works for supporting  the economic and social development of our region in order to increase the competitiveness of local production system;  promoting employment in synergy with key public and private stakeholders of our region.

Our main partners are:

  • Employer’s associations of industry, crafts, trade and tourism;
  • MPS bank

Eurobic realizes its activities in vocational training,  economic  development - business services, international cooperation in the keys areas of our territory: tourisme, agricolture, manufacturing, environment, culture, with particolar attention to social issues and gender policies.

We realize, in  the logic of lifelong learning,  vocational training for businesses, for employed and unemployed people with the contribution of ESF, national and regional grants, private funds. Our target is made up of: students, workers, entrepreneurs, graduate and post graduate (high school and university), young people under the age of 18 who have dropped out of school, people who want to retrain.

We also offer business services such as: monitoring of funding opportunities and the presentation of the related applications for funding; consultancy services for business start-up; vocational training.

During the last years Eurobic has worked over many projects in European programmes such as Interreg, Progress, Leonardo da Vinci

 

TRANSFER OF INNOVATION, MULTILATERAL PROJECTS, LEONARDO DA VINCI - LIFELONG LEARNING PROGRAMME (2007-2013)
AGREEMENT n° 2013-1-IT1-LEO05-04065 cod. CUP: G63D13000380006

This project has been funded with support from the European Commission.
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