Fretex Pluss AS
Fretex Pluss is a part of the Fretex social enterprise, which is owned by the Salvation Army. Fretex Pluss’ work stretches from vocational rehabilitation, adult learning and basic skills, to other services and projects aimed at various target groups. This includes:
- Adult at-work teaching in Norwegian language and basic skills in Oslo and Trondheim.
- Assessing and improving skills of adults through courses and workshops, vocational training and career services.
National / international impact
Fretex Pluss has participated in policy work in the Oslo-based social entrepreneurship network OXLO through development and implementation of new ideas, project pilots and sharing best practices. Within this work we have frequently met with and cooperated with policy makers responsible for grant applications and project support on both private, public, educational and non-profit arenas.