ROOTS will be delivered by seven organizations from Romania, Denmark, The Netherlands, Ireland, Spain and the UK, who all share a commitment to excellence in teaching and innovative pedagogic approaches.


NERDA is a non-profit organisation, non-governmental, public utility activity and it is designated and accredited as Intermediary Body for the above mentioned programs. North-East Regional Development Agency has 17 year experience in regional development in Romania and works for elaboration and promotion of strategies, resources, attraction, identification and implementation of financing national and European funded programs and offers services for increase of sustainable economic growth, partnerships, development of human resources and entrepreneurial attitude.

European E-Learning Institute DENMARK

EUEI specialises in the creation of powerful online platforms, immersive educational environments and provision of resources tools to create truly valuable learning experiences.
EUEI was founded on the concept of ‘continuing education’; a post-secondary education programme that provides further enrichment to learners in wide range of sectors, covering topics that are professional and/or personal. As an organisation, EUEI places tremendous worth on the informal and flexible nature of continuing education and crafting flexible, online learning courses for those wishing to improve themselves and stay ahead in their careers and in business. Building inclusive and resilient communities is also a key goal of the organisation.

Business Development Friesland NETHERLANDS

BDF is a not-for-profit foundation which develops and executes projects focused on growth for people in knowledge institutes (VET institutes and Universities), start-up companies, well-established SMEs and local governments. The projects of BDF always have a knowledge intensive character and evolve around; connecting people; development of new skills and a practical approach.
BDF operates within a large international network of schools, universities, companies, intermediaries and associations. They find great satisfaction in leading their partners to cooperation and overcome the differences between culture, language, attitude and regional divergences.

University of Greenwich UK

The University of Greenwich Business School’s research and enterprise activity is primarily applied or policy oriented. Research is seen as an essential activity for the Business School as a foundation for excellence in teaching and to enable the School to provide contract research and consultancy services to business and the wider community, both nationally and at regional level, especially within SE London and Kent.

Exponential Training & Assessment Limited UK)

ETA has led and been a partner in several Erasmus+ projects sharing their knowledge of project management and Erasmus+ and expertise in VET design and development, e-learning and assessment and training the trainer development. ETA has a track record of being a reliable and an effective partner and often takes the lead in activites such as training the trainer and VET design and development. It also has a track record in following through on the sustainability of projects: it is still leading a European wide network or Perspectives 360 partners following the delivery of the Leondardo Da Vinci project Perspectives 360 which is currently undergoing a major software upgrade.

Momentum Marketing Services IRELAND

Momentum is an Irish VET organisation focused on developing progressive learning programmes and platforms for education with special focus on the tourism economy. They combine an intimate knowledge of the Irish cultural and heritage tourism landscape with their VET specialisms of blended learning and professional development training in tourism entrepreneurship, rural economy regeneration, community stimulus training incorporating new approaches to marketing, innovation, internationalisation, competitiveness and business improvement.

Extremadura Network of Rural Development (REDEX) SPAIN

REDEX is a non-profit association set up in December 1998. This association consists in 24 Local Action Groups implementing the EU Leader Approach in Extremadura. REDEX is a resources, information and experiences interchange center that aims to find solutions and strategies for the problems affecting the rural development in our region.

Tourism has been one of the areas where Local Action Groups have invested more efforts. These efforts have been materialized in excellent results, such as the creation of a large number of rural accommodations, the generation of tourism associations, promotional campaigns and cooperation projects to join forces.