Context brings educational institutions opportunities to transfer pedagogical expertise to a digital format. Our services cover everything you need to move already written or planned learning content online. Our team directs, digitizes and livens up any training spicing it up with unique tools from our corporate trainings.


We give you all the necessary support in the planning stage. Our experience with enterprises offers fresh perspectives and ideas to liven up any learning content.


We take responsibility for the direction and production of the whole media narrative. Our production concept is ideal for institutional and corporate needs guaranteeing powerful learning experiences.


CTE production technology makes training digitization efficient and effortless for the client. Once ready, the training is easy to share on the web and edit.

We act as a partner in major training projects in Finland and on the EU level. The projects have attracted international attention.

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Fiesta project is a 3-year Comenius project, which aims to develop a multi-disciplinary learning approach for professionals in education, health and social services in order to facilitate the additional learning and support requirements of children with special needs during periods of transition. Lead partner of the project is Enable Ireland Disability Services (Dublin) and other project partners come from UK, Romania, Cyprus, Greece, Finland, Ireland, Netherlands, Spain and Bulgaria.



Despite progress made by the EU over the past decade towards inclusive employment, employment rates for disabled citizens in most European countries remain very low. People with disabilities frequently still find themselves excluded from work – and therefore unable to support their independent living or meaningful contribution to the community. Many companies realize that inclusive employment is an effective strategy. It enhances productivity and also meets corporate social responsibility targets. But most employers still have no real experience of employing a disabled person. Proactive cooperation with employers is needed. This counteracts stereotypes prevents discrimination and demonstrates the real advantages that stem from using the skills and capacities of employees with disabilities. The UEmploy project (project no. 510784-LLP-1-2010-1-RO-LEONARDO-LMP) addresses this need. It brings together the expertise of 7 organizations from Romania, Hungary, Bulgaria, Finland and Ireland to create a dynamic model of consultancy services that promote inclusive employment. A critical aspect of this consultancy innovation is the strong emphasis on support provided both to employers and people with disabilities.



The MyStory project aims to develop an ICT-based solution to empower seniors to learn basic technical skills via inter-generational learning, to gain access to new learning opportunities and make contact with different social categories facing the risk of social exclusion. The common “language” through which this will be achieved is the seniors’ life stories, which will be collected by technically competent younger people who are well-versed in navigating the digital space. MyStory is a European project (project no. 511641-LLP-1-2010-1-RO-KA3-KA3MP) co-funded by Lifelong Learning Programme under Key Activity 3 - Information and Communication Technologies.