Intermove+ Partners

ifoa

Arsonela Sorra

Arsonela Sorra

Ms Sorra holds a MA in Economics and an Advanced Diploma in Project Cycle Management along with 18 years of professional experience in management of EU funded projects. She is in charge of the design and co-ordination of institutional technical assistance contracts in the area of Vocational Training and since 2017 coordinates the EURES TMS programmes that support the professional mobility within EU countries.

Martina Lapomarda

Martina Lapomarda

Ms Lapomarda holds a MA degree in International Relations. Since 2018 she is Learning Program Coordinator for IFOA HVET training actions specifically focused on young people competences development and placement. At international level, she has been involved in various Erasmus + projects in the field of intercultural learning, plurilingual communication, and digital innovation. In addition Ms Lapomarda is an INTERMOVE certified facilitator.

Chiara Dell’Amico

Chiara Dell’Amico

Ms Dell’Amico is graduated in Foreign Languages and Literature. She acts as Learning program coordinator and project manager at IFOA since 2018.  Namely her activities are focused on developing training actions for young people with a focus on the food sector, employability, soft skills and marketing. She has been involved as expert in several Erasmus + projects n the field of VET and Adult Education.

SOPEÑA

Myriam Aspe

Myriam Aspe

Sopeña Intermove+ Coordinator
I am from Seville, but I graduated in Business at the University of Córdoba. I went to Paris thanks to the Erasmus program, and that student mobility changed my life. After finishing my studies, I worked for four years in the International Trade field in different companies dedicated to the import-export business, first in Seville and then in Almería, where I lived for ten years. After that, I also worked as a teacher in the International Trade field. I worked in La Salle VET School (Almería) as a teacher in Administration and Finances for ten years. I moved back to Seville and I currently work at the Dolores Sopeña Vocational Training Foundation in Seville as a teacher in the Administration and Logistics Upper Grade Educational Course, and as an Erasmus coordinator, which is my passion. I try to transmit this passion “as the Erasmus virus” to my students and colleagues. ☺

Ana Belén Clavijo López

Ana Belén Clavijo López

I graduated in Pedagogy, and shortly after I specialized in e-Learning. I have eight years of experience in online and blended learning, content creation and virtual classroom design. Currently, I am a teacher and coordinator of the Online Department of the Dolores Sopeña Vocational Training Foundation in Seville. I am also in charge of the instructional and graphic design and administration of the virtual classroom. I am passionate about the world of education, especially the online modality.

Lourdes Martínez Rivera

I graduated in Pedagogy at the University of Seville. I have been working as a teacher for twenty-four years at the Dolores Sopeña Vocational Training Foundation in Seville where I have also been Head of Studies for the last nine years. I am an inquiring person with a desire to learn and I am constantly learning and researching about new methodologies and future trends in education. I am a vocational teacher, and I honestly believe that education is the best way to make a better world.

Carmen Lombardo Huertos

Carmen Lombardo Huertos

Carmen Lombardo Huertos. Graduated in Psychology at the University of Seville in 1988. Since 1989, I have been working at the Dolores Sopeña Vocational Training Foundation where, in addition to teaching Early Childhood Education Upper Grade Educational Course, among others, I have held positions as Head of Department, Head of Professional Family and as Tutorial Action Plan Coordinator. I have made several training trips with the Erasmus program. Currently, and for the last few years, I have been in charge of coordinating the Dual Training (in the classroom and in the workplace) of the Early Childhood Education Upper Grade Educational Course, collaborating with more than 20 companies in our province. For me, education is the basis of the formation of the people who will collaborate in making a better society in the future, so I get involved in any process that contributes to my own formation in order to transfer it to my students.

Francisco José García Castro

Francisco José García Castro

I am from Córdoba (Spain). In 2007 I started to study a degree in Computer Engineering at the University of Malaga, but in 2011 I decided to go to the UK for the summer to improve my English. Once there, I liked the language and the culture so much that I momentarily put on hold my studies in Computer Science and in 2019 I graduated in English Philology, Literature and Culture at the UNED (Spanish Open University) while I was living in Wales. After ten years in the UK teaching English for specific purposes to continental European students and workers in different private language academies I returned to Spain, I did a Master's degree in teacher training and I started to work at the Dolores Sopeña Vocational Training Foundation in Seville, where I currently work and where I have spent the last year and a half teaching English in ten different vocational training courses. My main interests are language teaching and technology, and how the use of the latter can improve the teaching of the former, with a special focus on interculturality, pronunciation, and phonetics.

Ana Belén Clavijo López

Ana Belén Clavijo López

I graduated in Pedagogy, and shortly after I specialized in e-Learning. I have eight years of experience in online and blended learning, content creation and virtual classroom design. Currently, I am a teacher and coordinator of the Online Department of the Dolores Sopeña Vocational Training Foundation in Seville. I am also in charge of the instructional and graphic design and administration of the virtual classroom.

I am passionate about the world of education, especially the online modality.

Lourdes Martínez Rivera

I graduated in Pedagogy at the University of Seville.

I have been working as a teacher for twenty-four years at the Dolores Sopeña Vocational Training Foundation in Seville where I have also been Head of Studies for the last nine years.

I am an inquiring person with a desire to learn and I am constantly learning and researching about new methodologies and future trends in education.

I am a vocational teacher, and I honestly believe that education is the best way to make a better world.

Carmen Lombardo Huertos

Carmen Lombardo Huertos

Carmen Lombardo Huertos. Graduated in Psychology at the University of Seville in 1988. Since 1989, I have been working at the Dolores Sopeña Vocational Training Foundation where, in addition to teaching Early Childhood Education Upper Grade Educational Course, among others, I have held positions as Head of Department, Head of Professional Family and as Tutorial Action Plan Coordinator. I have made several training trips with the Erasmus program. Currently, and for the last few years, I have been in charge of coordinating the Dual Training (in the classroom and in the workplace) of the Early Childhood Education Upper Grade Educational Course, collaborating with more than 20 companies in our province.

For me, education is the basis of the formation of the people who will collaborate in making a better society in the future, so I get involved in any process that contributes to my own formation in order to transfer it to my students.

Francisco José García Castro

Francisco José García Castro

I am from Córdoba (Spain). In 2007 I started to study a degree in Computer Engineering at the University of Malaga, but in 2011 I decided to go to the UK for the summer to improve my English. Once there, I liked the language and the culture so much that I momentarily put on hold my studies in Computer Science and in 2019 I graduated in English Philology, Literature and Culture at the UNED (Spanish Open University) while I was living in Wales.

After ten years in the UK teaching English for specific purposes to continental European students and workers in different private language academies I returned to Spain, I did a Master’s degree in teacher training and I started to work at the Dolores Sopeña Vocational Training Foundation in Seville, where I currently work and where I have spent the last year and a half teaching English in ten different vocational training courses.

My main interests are language teaching and technology, and how the use of the latter can improve the teaching of the former, with a special focus on interculturality, pronunciation, and phonetics.