Art Shape is a non-profit organisation that runs a countywide programme of arts courses and projects with a specific focus on disability issues and social inclusion. Based in Brockworth, Gloucestershire, in the UK, Art Shape was established in 1993. The aim of the organization is to help people realize their creative and learning potential. Art Shape notably works with people, adults and children, facing disabling barriers such as learning disabilities or physical disabilities. The organization runs socially inclusive events aiming at tightening the community cohesion and bringing various groups of people to work together.
The organization offers both offline and online courses on art. Some courses have a purely recreational purpose, while others aim at developing the employability of the learners. It also offers a full high-level programme of artistic and professional training and mentoring, delivered over 2 calendar years. The programme called Art Bridge is “a way forward for talented and emerging artists facing disabling barriers”.
We support the work of Art Shape in overcoming the barriers of disability with art.
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Toastmasters International is a very large nonprofit educational organization, with offices in 126 countries. Throughout its history, it has served over 4 million people, helping them develop and master their communication, public speaking and leadership skills. Today, the nonprofit serves more than 300000 members in over 14650 clubs.
Simple online school is an India-based non-governmental organization and a good online educational project. The NGO recently started using the e-learning platform Eliademy so as to spread knowledge in schools, institutions, organizations and among individuals. It aims for the holistic growth of school children and individuals – online.
Today, we are very pleased to welcome on the e-learning platform Eliademy another non-governmental, non-profit organization, which act for the protection of human rights all over the globe.
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“TAMK’s School of Vocational Teacher Education (TAOKK) encourages their students to explore e-learning environments. Eliademy is one of the novel and promising platforms available right now for educational purposes”
TAMK is the Finnish abreviation for Tampere University of Applied Sciences, located in Tampere, the third biggest city in Finland with almost 40 000 higher education students. Finland is internationally recognized for the high quality of its education system which ranked among the best of the world.
TAOKK is the School of Vocational Teacher Education of TAMK. It operates at the national level, so as to develop vocational education and constantly improve it. Its focus areas are vocational education, higher education and related development, vocational special-needs education and inclusive vocational education, mentoring and coaching, learning environments and networking competence. TAOKK offers programs both in English and Finnish about Teacher Education and Training. Very flexible, the programs can be completed in one to two years of part-time study.
We hope TAOKK will find Eliademy suited for its online training needs and that its students will fully enjoy learning on our platform.
Eliademy was also created in Finland with the aim of democratizing education all around the world. We truly believe in the power of education, that is why we offer Eliademy for free to all public academic institutions. Create your account now!
We are very glad to welcome on Eliademy Premium the Torbay National Coastwatch Institution. This institution relies on a network of volunteers who keep running the Torbay Station and keep a visual safety watch around Torbay. The Torbay Station is located in Devon in England. A new tower was built in 2010.