Established in 1955, IAL is a VET provider and practitioners with more than 50 years of experience: in the last three years IAL FVG delivered VET services to an average of 10.000 students in the age bracket from 13 to 64. With more than 380 staff members employees, 8 training center an average turnover of 19 Ml EUR (18/19), IAL is the leading organization in the regional VET field. For that purpose, the institution is involved in training, research, guidance and advice in Friuli, Italy and even an EU level. IAL FVG is credited for all its offices from the Autonomous Region of Friuli Venezia Giulia, adopts the Quality Management System certified UNI EN ISO 9001: 2008 and belongs to the register providers ECM (Continuing Medical Education) of the Ministry of Health. IAL FVG is Lead partner member of the Effe.Pi consortium, in charge of all the youth VET activities financed by the Regional Government of the Friuli Venezia Giulia region: the 12 members are all accreditated VET institutions and they cover the whole territory and all the training sectors. IAL FVG is also LP of the APPRENDISTI.FVG consortium which brings together 20 partners. These subjects deal with the training of all apprentices hired with a professionalizing path, external training and pedagogical support for companies. IAL FVG was a partner of the regional project "Imprenderò 4.0" aimed at promoting entrepreneurial culture, business creation and transfer financed by the Regional Operational Program ERDF 2014-2020. IAL has therefore gained considerable experience in adult education (unemployed, employed, and SMEs entrepreneurs). IAL FVG is also an active centre of regional and national networks connected to Research and Development and the business innovation sector. Through its training and consulting activities IAL has acquired wide experience in the area of entrepreneurship. IAL FVG provides administrative and management experience for many projects also implementing ICT and web community activities. IAL also participates in analysis and identification strategies about quality and qualifications in collaboration with various VET institutions, public and social partners (in the context of the Lisbon and Gothenburg Process and the Qualification Frameworks in Europe). An key economical component in the IAL system consists in complex multi-regional and trans-national projects, where training is integrated with other types of assistance such as research, consultancy and testing of new models.