Examples of what we do
In the context of the EU-promoted project “Net2Qualy-EWC”, which the IG-Metal uses for the further training of European work councils, INCCAS gives advice to the participants for the use of internet-based forms of cooperation. Work councils of different companies and big firms, including Bosch, Siemens, Vesta and Alstom as well as trade union representatives from Denmark, Sweden, Finland, Spain, Czech Republic, Germany and the European Union use the Social Learning Platform INCCAS-Sol.
INCCAS staff consult hospitals to improve their own evaluation instruments and survey methods of in-house processes – for example catering – and to efficiently communicate the survey results.
In 2011-2012 INCCAS realized a survey project in cooperation with the Centre for Studies on Turkey and Research on Integration and the Ruhr-University Bochum on the improvement of employee and client satisfaction. This survey was carried out in the name of the administration of the city of Essen in the department of migration and integration. Employees of the city administration, whose work field has to do with migration and integration, as well as clients with migration and integration-related matters were questioned and the results were used to formulate action-oriented recommendations.
Client: Administration of the city of ESSEN
We evaluated a programme designed for the improvement of university management and the regional cooperation of institutions of higher education in Central America. We did this by using an international expert group. This programme was promoted by the DAAD. The evaluation was carried out in the context of a long-term project run by the Central American university council “Consejo Superior Universitario Centroamericano”, CSUCA) in order to establish a regional system of accreditation for all public universities in Central America. The aim of the accreditation system is to make the different university degrees comparable and mutually recognised in all Central American countries.
INCCAS evaluates the courses “HIV/AIDS and Gender: From basic knowledge to good practice” and “HIV and AIDS: Benchmarks for Health Professionals in Africa”. These courses have been carried out on the Global Campus 21 platform annually since 2006 with approx. 35 participants from different countries of Southern Africa. The results of the evaluation will be considered in the improvement of the course offers in the future.
Client: GIZ (formerly Inwent)
Evaluation of adult education projects run by the Institute for International Cooperation, IIZ/DVV
Client: Federal Ministry of Economic Cooperation, BMZ
Auftraggeber: Bundesministerium für Wirtschaftliche Zusammenarbeit, BMZ