Teaching ICT for People with Specific Learning Disorders (TI4PES) is a strategic partnership project for vocational education and training.

Our aim is to improve the quality of services offered by the involved VET institutions to individuals with special learning disorder (SpLD) to encourage and facilitate their access to the world of work. We also aim to increase knowledge on the SpLD issue, to improve the relational skills of trainers towards trainees with disorders and to assist in the planning phase of interventions aimed at people with disorders. This project aims to ensure uniformity with respect to the professional training of the disadvantaged in order to guarantee equal opportunity to all those suffering of SpLD within the European community.

According to the current legislation on disability of the EU member states, this project aims to reduce the barriers to the labor market the and social environments frequently encountered by people with disorders. By increasing their degree of autonomy the project aims to reduce the gap between citizens with and citizens without learning disabilities.

Education is all a matter of building bridges

The disorders are not a problem. The accessibility is the problem! We work hard to improve the accessibility in education!


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CEIPES is a non-profit European organization with antennas in more than 8 European countries. CEIPES’ work is inspired by the principles and values of peace and nonviolence, equality in diversity, human rights, democracy and active participation, respect for the environment, cooperation, communication, solidarity, social inclusion, respect, tolerance and interculturality.

Read more about CEIPES at http://ceipes.org/

AEVA, Portugal

AEVA – Associação para a Educação e Valorização da Região de Aveiro is a non-profit organization which was founded in 1998. It intervenes in the education and development resources of the entire region and is the present owner of EPA (Escola Profissional de Aveiro / VET school), which started its activity in 1992.

Read more about EPA at http://www.epa.edu.pt/


The First National Dyslexia Center is a Bulgarian Association, carrying out its activities in the towns of Ruse and Varna. Its main scope of activities focuses on special pedagogy, and, in particular, specific learning difficulties. In this context, various events and participation in international forums and projects take place.

Read more about Dyslexia Center at http://dyslexia-center.eu/

Akademia Pedagogiki Specjalnej im. Marii Grzegorzewskiej, Poland

The Maria Grzegorzewska University (APS) established in 1922 is a university of 95-year-old teaching tradition. Among its biggest assets are highly qualified staff (approximately 500), diverse programs of study and improved conditions of studying (new premises as well as good quality IT equipment).

Read more about APS at http://www.aps.edu.pl/

Hytton Technologies, Sweden

Hytton is a Swedish technology services company providing trusted, reliable and cost-efficient solutions and services for small, mid size companies to large corporate, worldwide. Hytton has extensive experience in Technology Services in Life Science, ICT.

Read more about Hytton at http://hytton.com/

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TI4PES Project Coordinator, Hytton Technologies AB Borgarfjordsgatan 12, 164 55 Kista, Sweden Phone: +46 70 7735766