Discover edu4talents innovative and modern education!

edu4talents - full-scale competency services - is ranging from primary schools to high schools, technical secondary schools as well as vocational schools. Syntea SA has cooperated with the aforementioned sector for numerous years and, as a result, our company developed services aiming at better adaptation of the continuing education to the needs of the labour market.

The edu4talents includes both training and consulting services dedicated to students and teaching staff of schools, aimed at increasing competence in key areas for social and professional life and learning to adapt to the latest trends in educational and labor market needs.

Innovative forms of education based on using video-conference platforms as well as e-learning, provide an opportunity to not only make knowledge acquisition more attractive but also to manage costs and time more efficiently and effectively. Thanks to edu4talents, youth may acquire competencies allowing them to function easily within the information society and preparing them to their future work.

PRIMARY and SECONDARY SCHOOLSPRIMARY and SECONDARY SCHOOLS
VOCATIONALS SCHOOLS VOCATIONALS SCHOOLS
TEACHERS AND STAFF FROM EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS PROVIDING GENERAL AND VOCATIONAL TRAINING AND LEARNINGTEACHERS AND STAFF FROM EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS
PROVIDING GENERAL AND VOCATIONAL TRAINING AND LEARNING
 

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02.09.2015 Students from Mazowieckie Province raised their competence within the apprenticeship

In response to the diagnosis of educational and teaching needs Syntea in partnership with the Centrum Kształcenia Zawodowego i Ustawicznego im. Marii Skłodowskiej – Curie in Pionki realized W świecie liczą się tylko zawodowcy project.

22.07.2015 Students from Silesian province develop their competence within Nowoczesne szkolnictwo zawodowe project

The group of 130 students will have the opportunity to develop their competencies. Moreover the project also aims the cooperation with employers and schools to increasing the professional competencies among students.