Trainers of SMMCO

Great experience

To make impact

Our team of experienced trainers and lecturers are committed to providing you with comprehensive and up-to-date knowledge in the field of care management. Our program is designed to equip you with the skills and expertise necessary to excel in your career as a care manager, while also preparing you to meet the evolving needs of the industry. Through our engaging and interactive training sessions, you will gain valuable insights and practical strategies for effective care management, as well as deepen your understanding of key concepts and best practices. Our trainers and lecturers bring a wealth of experience and expertise to the table, and are dedicated to helping you succeed in your professional goals. So join us today, and let us help you take your care management career to the next level!

Trainers of SMMCO


Machiel Kamp

Has worked for many years in the public sector at local level sector as policy advisor.
Worked for more than 30 years in the field of integration of persons with disabilities at national and international level, especial related to employment.
Was national coordinator of the first European action program for social and economic integration of persons with disabilities.
Involved in the development and implementation of Supported Employment in Europe.

Past Chair of the Dutch Association for Supported Employment (NVS).
Founder member and past Council member of the European Union of Supported Employment (EUSE)
Past Chair of the GLADNET Association (an ILO related Global research network).

Founder member and past Secretary-general, past Chair of the World Association for Supported Employment (WASE). Studied laws for the public sector, has a Master in Management Culture and Change (MCC) and did a Masters study in Human Behaviour


Andreia Mota

Psychologist, expert on vocational rehabilitation at CRPG and certified trainer.


Ferran Bellver

Psychologist graduated at the University of Barcelona. He lives in Mallorca (Balearic Islands). He has been one of the pioneers of supported employment services in Spain since 1986, and he has been the founder of the Spanish Association of Supported Employment (AESE) in 1993 and vice-president of the European Union of Supported Employment (EUSE). Nowadays is the president of EMPLEA Foundation and of a Social Cooperative in Mallorca, two organisations that promote labour inclusion and employment innovation in Mallorca, Spain and Latin America


Perry Willemse

With admiration for people with a disability, Perry is dedicated to providing support where needed.
At a young age, he worked for a daycare respite centre for those with special needs. Perry walked from John O’Groats (North Scotland) to Land’s End (the southernmost point of England) to promote this unique organisation. He completed the 1540 km in less than 31 days and collected financial support to provide new equipment and products to optimise the quality of life for the clients. While one of his friends became diagnosed with a severe illness, he became even more aware of the day-to-day challenge people with a disability must overcome. ‘What is normal for us is an obstacle for them’.
Creating a new training module for care workers to provide the best possible service and optimise the quality of living is a beautiful challenge.

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