Meet the SERFA team

Aurelie Nollet at Cornwall Marine Network

After completing a MA in international relations in 2013, Aurelie first moved to Cornwall from France to work at Cornwall Council to foster the development of cooperation opportunities and projects between Cornwall and Finistere (Brittany). She then joined the Interreg France – Channel – England programme Joint Secretariat as a programme facilitator, providing tailored support to applicants in Brittany throughout the project development phase.

Aurelie joined the CMN team as Senior Project Executive in October 2016 and is the SERFA Project Manager. As part of her role, she ensures the close collaboration between partners to deliver the best possible outcomes for SMEs.

 

Roland Löffler at OIBF 

Roland Loffler holds a degree in Economic and Social History and has been working for öibf since 2009, since 2011 he operates as authorized signatory of the board. Before, he worked as project manager for Synthesis Forschung GmbH. Since 2011 he also is external lecturer at Universities of Applied Science of BFI, Vienna.

He possesses extensive project management experience in the fields of VET, competence-orientation, NQF and EQR, evaluation and impact analysis of labour market qualification measures, monitoring and evaluation of education programmes.

 

Darko Mali at CPI

Darko Mali is Head of the Research & Development Department at the Institute of the Republic of Slovenia for Vocational Education and Training. He has 15 years of experiences in the fields of vocational and adult education and more than 10 years’ experience in monitoring and evaluation of VET curricula.

The scope of his work is the evaluation of schools' performance and system changes and the evaluation of new and renewed curricula as well as the coordination and development of methodologies for curricula reforms. He is the co-author of “Starting points for curricula reform in secondary vocational and technical education: recommendations to schools for implementing self-evaluation”. He is a member of the National Commission for Curricula Assessment and is active in the ECVET network. He participated in international Leonardo and Erasmus+ projects and led twinning projects in Macedonia and Bosnia and Herzegovina.

 

Anastasios Vaseleiadis at IED

Anastasios Vaseleiadis is the president and legal representative of iED. He holds a PhD from the Aegean University in Greece. He has participated as a member of research teams in many European programmes (Adapt, Adapt II, Leonardo da Vinci, EQUAL), while simultaneously acting as a member of the evaluation team in programmes of Cordis and e-Ten. He is an associate professor at the Aegean University and also participates in the teams for the design of educational materials for Greek universities. He has acquired great experience over the years in the delivery of national and EU projects, with a particular focus on entrepreneurship, disadvantaged groups of society and gender equality and employment.

 

Dr. Elke Scheffelt and Göntje Schoeps at k.o.s GmbH

Dr. Elke Scheffelt has been working as a senior project manager for k.o.s GmbH since 2011 in national and European projects focusing on quality management, VET, lifelong learning, educational guidance and councelling. She studied social sciences with a focus on the labour market, employment and social policy in Europe. She has a broad experience in the management and evaluation of projects in the field of vocational education and training. In the SERFA project Elke is responsible for the overall project management for k.o.s GmbH, the evaluation and the skills brokerage with SMEs.

 

Göntje Schoeps has been working as a project employee for k.o.s GmbH since 2016 on national and European projects focusing on quality management in the range of vocational education and training and educational guidance and councelling. She studied sociology with a focus on migration, integration and labour market discrimination. She has experiences in evaluation of projects in the field of vocational education and training. In the SERFA project Göntje is responsible for public relations and the delivery of skills brokerage with SMEs.

 

Cecile Sauvage at Fedacova

Cecile holds a Master degree in European Affairs. She is an expert in EU project management. She worked in a European Think Tank in Brussels, at the representation of the European Commission in Barcelona, and in a HR consultancy firm in Valencia as head of the EU project department before joining FEDACOVA’s team as EU project manager. She has high knowledge of EU different funding programmes such as E+, COSME, H2020, INTERREG, and has expertise in EU policies regarding education and employment, SMEs and entrepreneurship. Thanks to her experience in HR and public assessment, she is now engaging with SMEs in the skills brokerage capacity in the framework of the SERFA project, having been trained by CMN in this field.

 

Sabine Le Rest at MEFP du Pays de Brest

 Sabine holds a Master degree in European project engineering, Sabine has been involved in European project management since 2011 in MEFP. She worked on the Channel Marine Academy project (Interreg), a project dedicated to getting more young people into jobs in the maritime sector. She was in charge of engaging businesses, the external communication (website, event organisation…) and the financial management. She has significant experience in the field of inclusion.

 

Ewelina Iwanek and Anna Bartosiewicz at OIC Poland
Ms Ewelina Iwanek is the President of the Board of the OIC Poland Foundation and the SERFA project manager.  She provides project management and leadership skills for OIC Poland to keep the project on schedule and ensures that the progress is aligned with the goals of the business on a continuing basis.

Miss Anna Bartosiewicz – Erasmus+ project specialist in the OIC Poland Foundation, oversees day-to-day operations of the SERFA project and provides essential support, working with the Project Manager and other team members & partners to ensure the project success.

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