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DELSA Platform is meant to serve as the Virtual Community devoted to the promotion of basic skills and competences for Digitally Upskilling Adults and enhance their digital skills.

The involvement of the associated partners is instrumental to increasing the impact and value of DELSA Project. Associated partners will be offered, as a reward for their commitment and contribution, visibility through all project activities (in particular in Dissemination), early access to project results and being mentioned in the OER Platform.

An Cósan (Skills to Succeed Academy)

The Skills to Succeed Academy is a free online learning programme, created to help address youth unemployment in the UK by supporting young people to choose the right career, as well as build the key employability skills they need to find and keep a ...
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NALA (National Adult Literacy Agency in Ireland)

The National Adult Literacy Agency (NALA) is a charity and membership organisation that works to ensure people with literacy and numeracy difficulties can fully take part in society and have access to educational opportunities that meet their needs. ...
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Tribeka Training Lab

Providing the best work experiences, training courses, workshops and seminars for students and adults, Tribeka is dedicated to bring value into every aspect of training and learning mobility. As partner of schools from all over Europe it has becom...
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Arrabal Aid

ARRABAL-AID is a social and non-profit organization. Our , FROM 1992, is to work for full employment and social integration of people, especially the most vulnerable, supporting them through measures and actions to impact on the social environment. W...
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ASIT

The Asociación al Servicio de la Investigación y la Tecnología (ASIT) / Association for the Service of Research and Technology is a private non-profit association which designs and manages projects related to technology development and local level...
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