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DECROLY is a private Vocational Education and Training institution (VET), founded in 1978 in Santander (Spain), which develops and provides courses on – Basic – Medium and Higher Vocational Training grade in different professional families (Information Technology, Business Management & Administration, Tourism, Commerce and Marketing) authorised by the Ministry of Education.
We also provide courses on occupational and continuing training.
DECROLY is a member of The Spanish Confederation of Educational Centres (CECE) and European Forum of Technical and Vocational Education and Training (EFVET).
By participating in the Erasmus Programme since 2008, DECROLY achieves the key challenges of the internationalisation and modernisation of the institution to contribute to the goals of a European Education Area.
One of our main points is to promote language learning and linguistic diversity as we develop subjects in English. We pretend to improve foreign language competences and intercultural awareness having a more active participation in society and better awareness of the European project and the EU values. We believe that knowledge of two languages in addition to one’s mother tongue and digital competences are very important to be acquired.
Since 2008, DECROLY has been successfully promoting Key Action 1 – Learning mobility and Key Action 2 – Cooperation among organisations and institutions, in different European countries within the Erasmus+ Programme with excellent results.
We have a well-qualified staff that provides our students more attractive programmes, with new teaching and training methods and more effective activities for the benefit of local communities to actively involve young people and/or to address disadvantaged groups.
DECROLY considers education and training activities as a key role providing people of all ages with the necessary means to participate actively in the labour market and society at large.
We work with peers in other countries to innovate and modernise teaching and training practice, ensuring that students get the skills they need to succeed in today's world. We can share best practice and work collaboratively to help improve provision, boost growth and create jobs.