We strive to create a culture of innovation and collaboration, recognizing that staying ahead of the curve is critical for success in today’s fast-paced, ever-changing global landscape. We are committed to helping our clients stay at the forefront of their industries through continuous learning and development, empowering them to achieve their full potential and make a positive impact in the world.
European Training Center Copenhagen (ETCC) was established by the not-for-profit company Horisont -amba who has been working with social capital, cultural planning, LMS and inclusion activities for the past 25 years. ETCC is a modern training agency and project facilitator delivering cost-effective and efficient training seminars by utilizing the best-located facilities and partner opportunities in Denmark and Europe. ETCC is an agency organized as a network organization cooperating with Danish and international key-specialists in order to ensure the most updated and best practice-based training in the delivered seminars and workshops.
ETCC has developed seminars, workshops and training courses based on the newest knowledge related to the E.U. Structural and Cohesion Funds and European development programs. In this respect ETCC draws also on a broad experience on wide range of learners and is very competent in education and training of adults/youngsters and service and production issues focusing on behavioural changes among social actors and organizations. ETCC also has a wide range of experiences and know-how from the labour market training, health and social sectors when working in transition countries and has via its board and members a wide network of co-operators representing training institutions, NGOs and state institutions in Denmark especially, also Sweden, Finland/Norden Region and Norway too.
The training center deliver training for participants related to the creation of an accessible LMS for HEI and other purposes. The core team has all more than 30 years of experience working with EU programs in both Denmark, Scandinavia, new and old member states as well as accession countries, both as training providers and Project managers, team leaders and monitors / evaluators of EU projects.
The specific trainer specialists will be selected for each seminar. European Training Centre Copenhagen offers effective and participant involving trainings for individual trainees as well as tailor made training sessions and workshops-on-locations where the training sessions are combined with onsite visits and lectures. ETCC’s involvement in this project is through cooperation with own experts on Learning Management Systems and two Danish universities, which focus on research and development in the areas of Networks, eLearning platforms and study program presentations. The main strategic objective of this cooperation is to excel in research and innovation required for the development of the knowledge society.
The target of its current exploration plan is to tackle the challenges that arise due to the massive volume of multimedia information, the need for ubiquitous and transparent network access anywhere and anytime, and the demand for personalized services through intelligent information processing. In this line of work, the cooperation focuses on user-friendly and intelligent interfaces of systems and handsets based on semantically indexed information. E-learning (linked to other E-services) is a vital part of the development activities carried out, and the team of IT participating in the proposed project is the personnel is ETCC’s own experts which have considerable experience in the management and processing of multimedia information (compound text, images, video, and audio files), with applications in various domains.
ETCC has a good experience in the development and implementation of intelligent methods for multimedia content management, processing, and retrieval and has the capacity to offer state-of-the-art trainings. In recent years, ETCC has participated in more EU and national projects involving multimedia management and processing applications in different sectors of the economy and society.
Our team developed e-learning environments able to handle multimedia representations in an innovative, transparent, and interactive way that facilitated learning in the respective domains.