- Only the 20% of the Italian workers take part to funded training activities;
- Only 25% of the Italian firms organize training activities compared to the 60%
of the European average.
What are the main reasons?
- The small size of the enterprises
- Enterprises only devoted to the local market
- Little education of the people working in companies
The Italian general public policies for continued training can be divided into
• ESF( European Social Fund) through D1 and D2 resources
• National laws ( L 236/93 and L 53/00 "Provisions in support of maternity and
paternity, the right to care and the coordination of city hours“ L. 215/92 and
• Multi-sectorial Funds
Language Point supports companies with customer-targeted solutions to implement training programmes free of charge.The acquisition of outstanding competencies and the development of Human Resources are vital factors for the creation of strategies which lead to success and to a higher level of competitiveness of a business.
Interprofessional Funds promote continuing education and distribute to the companies the resources allocated, by law, to training. These resources consist of deductions of 0.30% on the paycheck of every worker in the private sector, public companies and those operating the public services.
If your company does not adhere to an Interprofessional fund for continuing education, these resources are managed by the public system and the company is unable to manage them.
Language Point has a specialized partner for the creation and management of funding project to support its clients in the presentation of the training project and funding request. We can support the company in the delivery of the plan and in its reporting, as required to receive the payment of the funding. The remuneration of our dedicated team will be included in that funding, then no additional costs will be charged to the company.