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Some remarks on public-private partnership for employment and training in Spain. Presentation delivered at Valencia. Aqua Hotel 4. 22th July, 2013.

Some remarks on public-private partnership for employment and training in Spain. Presentation delivered at Valencia. Aqua Hotel 4. 22th July, 2013.

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  • 1. Grupo ALCÁNTARA @IAFormacion facebook.com/InstitutoAlcantara.ConsultoresFormacion www.linkedin.com/company/instituto-alcantara MEETINGS WITH PUBLIC & PRIVATE INSTITUTIONS IN SPAIN “Public-Private Partnership for Employment” AJOFM—Tulcea” Valencia, 18-22.07.2013 Enrique Garcés Alcantara Group – Training Consultancy Division (Córdoba –SPAIN) Assistant Manager Presentation: “SOME REMARKS ON PUBLIC & PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP FOR TRAINING & EMPLOYMENT IN SPAIN”
  • 2. Main Points: 1. Corporate presentation. 2. An outline of the Spanish Public Employment System. 3. Some remarks about the public-private partnership for training and employment in Spain.
  • 3. Main Points: 1. Corporate presentation.
  • 4. • Founded in 1926 with a clear multidisciplinary mission, Alcantara Group has focused its services offerings towards improving all aspects of the operation of enterprises in all of its areas, as well as growing employability and productivity of workers. • To do this, we put our daily effort to improve the processes of training and advising people and companies, that do their best to grow in the market. M I S S I O N
  • 5. • To meet effectively and efficiently, the training and consulting needs of our clients, through projects which are closely linked to achieving business goals. • To implement in our supply chain, processes that facilitate innovation and excellent performance, so that we can achieve our ultimate goal, which is to provide continuity in time to our business. V I S I O N ISO 9001:2008 Certification Business Trajectory Award. Spanish Association of Training Companies
  • 6. C O R P O R AT E S T R U C T U R E Business Consultancy Training TAX & ACCOUNTING CONSULTANCY HUMAN RESOURCES CONSULTING TRAINING CONSULTING SECURITY STUDIES AND STRATEGIES
  • 7. O U R T R A I N I N G & C O N S U L T A N C Y F O U N D A T I O N S DIAGNOSIS (Analyze) PLANNING (Design) TRAINING (Implement) EVALUATION (Measure) 1 2 4 3
  • 8. Training Consultancy: Needs Analysis & Training Solutions Value Generation Chain Support Activities Primary Activities Firm Infrastructure, HR, Technology Development, Procurement Marketing & Sales Operations After Sales Services Inbound Logistics Outbound Logistics Our services include training programs specifically designed to meet your company’s needs. Any function, any corporate sector, any corporate size. 1
  • 9. “Kirkpatrick Training Evaluation Model” Level 1 REACTION Level 2 LEARNING Level 3 BEHAVIOUR Level 4 RESULTS Training Consultancy: Evaluation Model 4
  • 10. Small Sample of our Customer Portfolio PRIVATE COMPANIES •ABB •SCHWARZKOPF – HENKEL •CUNEXT COPPER INDUSTRIES •COVAP •PENINSULAR DEL LATÓN •MACIÁ HOTELS •BODEGAS CAMPOS •MAGTEL •GRUPO ALSARA •GGM •COMERCIAL PIEDRA •CÍRCULO DE LA AMISTAD •LA CAIXA •ENRESA •FERROINSA •IBP ATCOSA •FAESA •GRUPO COBRA •CAJA RURAL •FRATERNIDAD-MUPRESPA •BRONPI-CALEFACCIÓN CLIENTS FROM THE PUBLIC SECTOR •SADECO •EMACSA •CECOSAM •MERCACORDOBA •EGMASA •DAP •CONSORCIO ESCUELA DE JOYERÍA DE CÓRDOBA •SAE •SATSE •IMIBIC •HOSPITAL REINA SOFÍA •FSC INSERTA (ONCE) •IMDEEC •MANCOMUNIDAD MUN. VALLE DEL GUADIATO •CET PENEDÉS •OFFICIAL CHAMBER OF COMMERCE OF CORDOBA EMPLOYER ASSOCIATIONS AND TRADE UNIONS •CECO (Main Local Business Association). •ASEMECO (Metal) •APIECO (Electricity) •AEFICO (Plumbing) •APEJAEN (Electricity) •ASAJA (Agriculture) •ASAGRA (Graphics) •ACERTE (Health) •UNEMAC (Wood) •FES (Security) •ETICOM (Tics) •CSI-CSIF (Public & Independent employees) •COLEGIO DE ECONOMISTAS (Economists College) •AGRUPACIÓN DE ASESORES (Consultants College) •ADEPO (Business Assoc.) •ASEMPE (Business Assoc.) Throughout our long history, we have worked for numerous institutions and companies both from the public and private sector, offering services and performing complex works for a variety of corporate sectors.
  • 11. Our Specialisms Our services include programs specifically designed to meet your company’s needs. Any corporate sector, any corporate size. •Our extensive network of institutional and business contacts throughout Spain, enables us to meet the needs of your target audience. Conferences & Seminars •We are specialists in VET. Our company delivers training courses for a wide range of jobs, many of them leading to nationally and internationally recognised Certifications. Most of them available in company, elearning, blended learning… etc. •Many of our training programmes are approved by the Spanish Employment Authorities… (Industry, commerce, hospitality, health… etc). Vocational & Educational Training •We are members of the main IT Academic Programs (Microsoft-Cisco-Linux…). Our teaching solutions count on a great deal of resources to help educators train students and provide certification options to increase student employability and long-life learning. ICT Certifications •We focus our efforts in continuing vocational training to promote human capital resources, as a key dynamic of economic performance, competitiveness, and employment . HR diagnostics based on Competency Analysis, and HR Strategic Planning. HR Consultancy •We work closely to NGOs – NPOs. We belong to CULTEC Foundation. And work close with other partners in projects dealing with cultural and technological development. NGO – NPO •Together with our partner “Fábrica de Idiomas”, we offer language and cultural immersion programmes, stressing the importance on communication and Spanish culture which are the basis of knowing a language. Spanish Courses & Cultural Programme and Activities in Spain •We offer Entrepreneurship Courses granted with Grundtvig Scholarship. European Projects •One of our main specialisms. We work hand in hand with local employment authorities through our career and counseling office. Job Orientation, Intermediation & Insertion
  • 12. Training Activities (Public & Private)
  • 13. VET in Spain 1993-2006 FORMACIÓN REGLADA FORMACIÓN OCUPACIONAL RD 1936/2004 FORMACIÓN CONTINUA RD 1046/2003 2007 FORMACIÓN REGLADA FORMACIÓN PROFESIONAL PARA EL EMPLEO RD 395/2007RD 1936/2004
  • 14. Training for Employment: Main Purposes 1. Facilitate lifelong training throughout the life of workers. 2. Provide knowledge and practices appropriate to the needs of businesses and workers. 3. Improve productivity and business competitiveness. 4. Improve the employability of workers 5. Promote the accreditation of the professional skills acquired by employees
  • 15. Training for Employment “Breakdown” Budget & Financing in Spain
  • 16. Training for Employment “Breakdown” New Model - Decree 395/2007 “ON DEMAND” TRAINING SPEE + FTFE Bonus in Companies PIF (Individual training permission) “OFFER” TRAINING SPEE + FTFE + REG. GOVERNMENT Training for Unemployed Training for Employed Training for Special Needs “DUAL” TRAINING SPEE + REG. GOVERNMENT Apprenticeship Contracts Public Employment/Training Programs SUPPORT ACTIONS FOR TRAINING SPEE + FTFE + REG. GOVERNMENT Certificate of Professionality
  • 17. Main Points: 2. An outline of the Spanish Public Employment System.
  • 18. EMPLOYMENT SOCIAL SECURITY SYSTEM IMMIGRATION - EMMIGRATION OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY PES In Spain
  • 19. 1.- ORIENTATION AND INSERTION. 2.- VOCATIONAL TRAINING FOR EMPLOYMENT. 3.- FOSTERING EMPLOYMENT. 5.- SELF EMPLOYMENT. 6.- JOB INTERMEDIATION. 7.- RECOGNITION OF QUALIFICATIONS. 8.- RESEARCH AND STUDIES. 9.- UE PROGRAMMES. 10.- LOCAL DEVELOPEMENT. TOP10 SERVICES TO CITIZENSHIP, FIRMS, TRADE UNIONS, AND PUBLIC AND PRIVATE STAKEHOLDERS
  • 20. Main Points: 3. Some remarks about the public-private partnership for training and employment in Spain
  • 21. Committee on Employment and Social Affairs 8.4.2013 DRAFT REPORT On tackling youth unemployment: possible ways out
  • 22. January 2013 23 % of active young people were jobless, with the rates ranging from 15 % or less in Austria, Denmark, Germany and the Netherlands to over 55 % in Greece and Spain
  • 23. “…Stresses that the involvement of all relevant stakeholders, including training and education providers, individual employers, public and private employment services, social partners, third-sector organisations, and health and other authorities, is essential for the successful implementation of a variety of measures fostering youth employment and employability in an integrated fashion.”
  • 24. CEDEFOP Country statistical overviews CEDEFOP • RESEARCH PAPER (nº31) On the way to 2020: Data for vocational education and training policies
  • 25. The need for continued investment in education and training More knowledge & skills-intensive jobs People lack the right skills People are more vulnerable to labour market change Employers must use better the skills and talent Foster innovation And people’s development
  • 26. A tip on “digital economy” in Spain
  • 27. Does anyone know how to deal with this…?
  • 28. Main Points: 3. Some remarks about the public-private partnership for training and employment in Spain.
  • 29. PUBLIC AND PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP IN SPAIN – MAIN SOLUTIONS 1. PRIVATE EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES 2. DUAL TRAINING. Real Decreto 1529/2012, de 8 de noviembre, (PIF, APPRENTICESHIP CONTRACTS & DUAL TRAINING –under education or vocational training programmes) 3. CERTIFICATES OF PROFESSIONALITY (26 FAMILIES AND MORE THAN 600 CERTIFICATES) 250 ONLINE – NEW SCENARIO.
  • 30. PRIVATE EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES • Private Employment Agencies • http://instituto- alcantara.colocacion.adrima.es/panel-de- control/
  • 31. Apprenticeship Contracts • Apprenticeship Contracts.
  • 32. OPPORTUNITIES BUSINESS COMPETITION IN ANY MARKET MEANS EFFICENCY ADJUST THE VOLUME OF THE SYSTEM TO THE DIFFERENT MARKET CONDITIONS LESS BUROCRACY FASTER SERVICE THREATS DISCRIMINATION OF DIFFICULT PEOPLE ON BEHALF OF ECONOMIC RESULTS HIGH ATOMIZATION IS RISKY ADEQUATE STATE SUPERVISION TO IMPROVE THE SYSTEM IS NEEDED PUBLIC AND PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY VS “WORK FIRST” STRATEGIES AND ECONOMIC OBJECTIVES MORE THAN SIMPLY SIGNING AN AGREEMENT
  • 33. VOCATIONAL TRAINING INDIVIDUAL PATHS FOR EMPLOYMENT – SELF EMPLOYMENT ORIENTATION & INTERMEDIATION (P P P) HIGHER EFFICIENCY & EFFECTIVENESS RATES THE KEY ROLE OF TRAINING PATHS, MAINLY FOR YOUTH AND THOSE LOW-SKILLED. A NEW ERA OF INVESTMENT IN TRAINING, A NEW CONCEPT OF SOCIAL MARKETING AND ROI
  • 34. Contact Us Mr. Enrique Garcés Alcantara Group – Training Division Assistant Manager @egarces  egarces@grupoalcantara.es 34 957 480 835 es.linkedin.com/in/egarces Instituto Alcántara, C/ Cruz Conde 19 14001 – Córdoba – Andalusia – Spain We Want to Help You Grow Your Business @IAFormacion facebook.com/InstitutoAlcantara.ConsultoresFormacion www.linkedin.com/company/instituto-alcantara Discover Córdoba, World Heritage Site (UNESCO) http://english.turismodecordoba.org/index2.cfm