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Its primary client is EuropeAID, with additional work funded by the World Bank, the InterAmerican Development Bank, and the European Training Foundation.
4 (Petra) - Jordan Enterprise Development Corporation (JEDCO), in cooperation with the European Training Foundation (ETF), on Wednesday gave a call for participation in a New Entrepreneurial Communities Initiative Call.
Macedonia needs to encourage innovations, provide services for support of firms, secure greater access to finances and expand the scope of businesses eligible for assistance so as to meet the needs of the most dynamic and export-oriented small and medium businesses, the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), the European Commission, the European Training Foundation and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development recommend in their latest report.
In addition, there are two key agencies chartered by the EU that specifically support the development of TVET, the European Centre for the Development of Vocational Training which supports TVET development in EU member states, and the European Training Foundation (ETF) in non-member countries.
Through two contributions each of 100,000 euros made to the European Training Foundation, the EU agency which supports education and training in countries surrounding the EU, entrepreneurial training courses will be provided and a system of the national qualification developed.
The European Training Foundation requires on a regular basis software development consultancy services: IBM Lotus Notes and integration with other relational databases, Office applications, Web services, etc.
TUNIS, May 2, 2011 (TAP) - "Towards follow-up and assessment system of vocational training strategy in Tunisia: contribution of the 'Torino Process'" is the theme of a seminar organised, on Monday in Tunis, at the initiative of the Employment and Vocational Training Ministry in association with the European Training Foundation (ETF).
The European Training Foundation (ETF), an agency of the European Union, works with emerging economies in the Middle East and the former Soviet Union to develop education and job training systems.