ASIMAG is a consultancy firm working on the field of training with more than 20 years of experience. It counts with highly competitive human resources represented by more than 300 professionals with different specialisations: pedagogy, computer sciences, sociology, design, etc… Furthermore, ASIMAG counts with a territorial organisation and distribution that allows to offer high quality services to all its clients from anywhere in the national territory.

Its experience includes the development of innovative learning materials, not only with regards to the contents approach but also with regards to the methodological and pedagogical approach. In this sense, apart from the training department, the project department works on training and employment researches at national and European level, carrying out one of the most outstanding studies Training Complementary and Accompanying Measures, financed by the Spanish Tripartite Foundation for Training and Employment, as well as Leonardo da Vinci Project financed by the European Commission.

Website: www.asimag.net
Company presentation, October 2010

ASIMAGS role in the ProfDRV project

As a company specialised in training, ASIMAG will actively participate in all project activities:

  • Analysis of vocational training schemes for professional drivers in Europe;
  • Develop of a core qualifications profile for European drivers;
  • Design a European educational standards for basic and continuous training  of professional drivers in Europe (including testing);
  • Participation in the strategy for introducing the training in transport policy in Europe;
  • Analyse the state of the art of the implementation of Directive 2003/59/EC;
  • Participation in project dissemination and communication strategy;
  • Participation in the plan for ensure the project internal quality;

Collaboration in all activities and tasks for project management (financial and administrative).

ASIMAGs related projects

  • Compener: Definition a European qualification framework for RES installers.


For further information please get in touch with Leire Monterrubio (investigacion(at)asimag(dot)net). www.asimag.net