SDCC staff members has extensive experience in the planning and implementing Lifelong Learning Program projects such as Grundtvig Learning partnerships and Leonardo da Vinci mobility projects.
One of the most successful trainings was "Conflict and stress management in the face of economic crisis".
SDCC actively participated and collaborated in two Leonardo da Vinci mobility projects: "POTENCIAL. Professional orientation tendencies in consulting youth with special needs", No. LLP-LdV-VETPRO-2010-LT-0477 (2010-2011) and "PROVINSE. Professional orientation and consultation in new social – economical environment" (2009 - 2010).

Preparation and implementation of EU funded projects

Total allocation of EU structural assistance for Lithuania for the period 2007-2013, provided from the European Social Fund, European Regional Development Fund and Cohesion fund, amounts more than 23 billion Litas. This equals to an additional annual state budget.

EU structural assistance for Lithuania for the period 2007-2013 will be allocated in accordance with National general strategy: the Lithuanian Strategy for the use of European Union Structural Assistance for 2007-2013 (approved the European Commission on the 26th of April, 2007) and with operational programs for implementation of this strategy.

Primary purpose of employment of EU structural assistance, according to the strategy, is to rapidly improve conditions to invest, work and live in Lithuania, to support economy so its products would reach all citizens of Lithuania. Operational programmes will support implementation of goals and tasks set in the strategy.

You can find more information in EU Structural Assistance to Lithuania webpage:


SDCC offers consultations in the development and implementation of the EU funded projects for Lithuanian enterprises:

  • Consultations about practical aspects of EU financial assistance;
  • Assistance in preparation of project application forms;
  • Consultations in preparation of feasibility studies and investment projects;
  • Organization of project implementation;
  • Public procurement organization, documentation preparation and management;
  • Planning of project publicity;
  • Planning and organizing of events, seminars and conferences.
Lina Kantautiene and Jurgita Kadagiene had presentation “Experience of working with women groups”. Project coordinator O.S.A. Italy presented “EXPA results and outcomes”, representative of Labour Market Regina Šuliakiene had presentation “Opportunities for employment of foreigners and the current situation in Lithuania”.
Partners summarized all activities carried out during the 2 years of the project. All project activities were presented in Final project dissemination event – conference “From Participation to Integration”.
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