ISON has extensive experience in organizing Project Teams with executives who possess many years of international experience in the field of Human Resource Development. Based on this, it offers a network of research, consulting and educational services, suitable for the implementation of programs that are in line with the policies of the European Commission and funded by European funds. The systems and services provided by ISON are supported by certified methodologies and refer to various aspects of the educational or consulting activity, depending on the requirements of each project.
Ison Psychometrica has a wide network of collaborations with Universities, Research Institutes, as well as Companies that are considered pioneers in the technological sector , combining research with how the market operates, using new technologies and tools.
European Commision Projects
Since its beginning, Ison Psychometrica has undertaken important work in the implementation of European research and pilot projects.
ISON Psychometrica has undertaken the evaluation of all European Refugee Fund programs in Greece for the years 2001-2007.
In 2022, Ison Psychometrica received the title of KEY INNOVATOR from the European Commission for her contribution to the project NADINE: Supporting the integration of migrants across Europe. Horizon 2020
Our latest projects
The aim of Tackle is to prevent and address early school leaving (ESL) through the creation of a digital toolbox (evaluation tool and plan of actions/objectives) and educational actions for teachers and school staff, to be able to support their students.
The aim of the project is to encourage the inclusion of migrants through the definition of appropriate procedures for the certification of skills, the matching of job offer and demand, and the appropriate multidisciplinary consultancy in obtaining the EU BLUE CARD.
Cultura Universalis project
The Cultura Universalis project intends to develop and practice a collection of creative culture-based activities workshops and an interactive online game to enhance intercultural competence and prosocialness through art in children aged 7-14.
The PRIME project represents a European collaborative effort to prevent early school leaving (ESL) and school drop-out, through the development of career-related learning in primary schools and the improvement of teaching skills of teachers and educators in 4 Southern and Eastern European Countries.
Our previous projects
Nadine Project Horizon 2020
The NADINE project develops a platform providing services to all interested parties, namely migrants, local authorities, state organizations and employers. Migrants will have access to a career guidance platform, an e-portofolio builder, skills assessment tools, educational games, social services platform and communication with authorities through a chatbox.
The SOFIA project funded by the Erasmus+ Programme focuses on enhancing EXECUTIVE FUNCTIONS within adult population. The term of Executive Functions (EF) refers to the mental processes that control other brain processes and enable us to plan, focus attention, remember instructions and juggle with multiple tasks.
Improve is an international project co-financed by the European Commission within the Lifelong learning programme Grundtvig which includes the development and testing of a Guide to Validation of Non-Formal Learning in Career Guidance Practitioners coherent with the European Guidelines.
4.0 ANDCOM Project
The project aims to introduce a new approach to the education of low-skilled and low qualified adults, developing competences in andragogs (adult educators) for them to extend their curricula and provide effective, as well as innovative teaching tailored to the needs of their classroom.
The project funded by Erasmus+ Programme, will provide methodologies, tools, training materials and curriculum for trainers, educators, guidance practitioners and other relevant professionals as well as young people for entrepreneurship development with the ultimate aim to develop a relevant training program.
The project aims at developing an innovative training program for improving social-emotional competences in guidance and career counselling area. Through this, guidance practitioners are expected to acquire transversal and social skills in order for them to improve their effectiveness and furthermore the employability both of themselves and their clients’ as well.
The aim of the Keyway project funded by the Erasmus+ program was to provide all the necessary tools to evaluate the impact of vocational guidance services, to record and improve the quality of these services, key elements which help in the formulation of policies in the field of vocational guidance.
The ECVET. OER. NEET. Project, driven by the efforts of the European Union and the YG project, defined the competence profile of guidance professionals working with NEETs.
CONNECT! – Upskilling for connecting Career Counselling and Human Resources practitioners Vocational Guidance and Professionals.
Guiding Cities Project
The Project aims to join policy makers and stakeholders within the field of education and guidance to map and create a model of guidance to respond to the complex needs in the fight against Early School Leaving (ESL).
1996 - 2000
Leonardo DV & Phoenix 1 & 2 programmes
European Refugee Fund: Evaluation of Programmes in Greece for the years 2001 - 2007