1. Supported employment providers – job coachers, career counselors, social workers, job specialist who directly working with people with disabilities and implementing the Supported employment process at the labour market. Those people will take part into the recognition and validation process by the EQAVET system as well as will be trained through specialised VET programme in the field of Supported employement. All passed successfully the training and validation process will be certified as SE providers.
2. VET training providers / VET centres – responsible bodies for the VET training of Supported employment providers. Those organisations can use both the COACH@WORK training programme as well as the EQAVET control system in order to increase the level of the VET training services which they offered as well as to assure the quality of the trainings which they provides.
3. Non-profit establishments working with people with disabilities – those who directly organised training activities for labour market inclusion of the people with disabilities and working toward equal employment opportunities. The responsible team members of those establishments will take part into the recognition and validation process by the EQAVET system as well as will be trained through specialised VET programme in the field of Supported employment. All passed successfully the training and validation process will be certified as SE providers.
4. Employers – companies who would like to introduce the SE approach into their companies and to take benefit from the project results for free of charge!
5. Governmental bodies – institutions responsible for changes into the social policy and labour legislation such as Job Centres, Executive Employment Agency, The Parliament, The Council of Ministries, Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs, Ministry of Education, Science and Youth, National accreditation/certification bodies etc. in participating partners’ countries. One of the project’s intellectual outputs is the Recommendation Guidelines for the implementation of the Supported employment into the legal framework of the participating countries which is only possible if such EQAVET system for recognition/validation and dedicated accreditated VET programme for SE providers will be developed.
6. EU level institutions responsible for the Supported employment implementation (such as EUSE, EASPD etc.). As it was stated in Above sections for the rationale behind the project idea such EU institutions are seeking for establishment of recognition/validation and accreditation mechanisms so they will be involved since the beginning of the project to ensure project sustainability and mainstreaming around Europe.