Provincia Firenze Inglese

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Provincia Firenze Inglese

  1. 1. PROVINCIAL ADMINISTRATION OF FLORENCE PROFESSIONAL TRAINING PROVINCIAL ADMINISTRATION OF FLORENCE 1
  2. 2.  A Provincial administration is a local institution provided for by the Constitution of the Italian Republic. The provincial territory is divided into Municipalities, which are the closest institution to the citizen The Provincial administration has its own statute and regulations and has the task of taking care of the interests of the local community, promoting and coordinating its development.
  3. 3. Functions and tasks of the Provincial administration of Florence Planning and coordination for the 44 Municipalities on its territory Reception and coordination of the proposals of the Municipalities and cooperation with the Regional administrations for the regional planning in the sectors of economy, environment and territory. 3
  4. 4. Functions and tasks of the Provincial administration of Florence Regional administration of Tuscany Provincial administration of Florence MunicipalityMunicipality Municipality Municipality Municipality 4
  5. 5. Functions and tasks of the Provincial administration of Florence management tasks concerning the inter- municipal wide areas or the provincial territory. They range from the sectors of environment- territory and infrastructures to the sector of the services to individuals and to the community (safeguard and valorisation of cultural heritage, tasks connected to upper secondary education, vocational training, employment services). 5
  6. 6. Vocational training Employment servicesVocational training and Employmentservices cooperates in the singling out ofthe targets for the planning of the trainingand guidance activities on the basis ofregional guidelines. 6
  7. 7. Type of financings of training modules National Funds (Ministry of labour and social policies)• European Social Fund (ESF): The ESF financings are based on 5 priority areas (Axes): Axis I – Adaptability Axis II – Active Labour Axis III – Social Integration Axis IV – Human resources Axis V – Transnationality and inter-regionality 7
  8. 8. Addressees of the training interventions of the Provincial administration of Florence• Young people precociously leaving school (between 16 and 18 years old)• Unemployed adults• Employed adults• Persons in social hardship situations• People with disabilities 8
  9. 9. Young people precociously leavingschool (between 16 and 18 years old)Employed fund Funds of the Ministry of labour - ESF Axis IIType of trainings: courses of 2,100 hours (articulated in classroom- workshops-internship activities) with the purpose of obtaining a professional qualification of EQF level 2. For the year 2011-2012 the financing of € 2,835,000.00 was disposed in order to train circa 600 young people for 13 different professions (cook, waiter, electrician, car mechanic, coach-builder, beautician, hairstylist...) 9
  10. 10. Unemployed adultsEmployed fund: ESF axis II – axis IVType of trainings:• training courses with the purpose of obtaining professional qualifications (articulated in classroom-workshops-internship activities). EQF levels 2,3,4.• training addressed to high school diploma holders, graduates or people with a multi-year working experience in the sector; this courses are carried out in cooperation with vocational agencies, high schools and faculties of the university. EQF level 5 .• specialisation and/or refresher courses for those who already have a basic qualification or a particular school education in order to obtain a specialization or refresh already acquired skills. 10
  11. 11. Employed adultsEmployed fund:• ESF Axis I – Axis IV – Funds of the Ministry of labourType of training:• specialisation and/or refresher courses for those who already have a basic qualification or a particular school education in order to obtain a specialization or refresh already acquired skills.• thematic seminars, study circles and short training courses 11
  12. 12. Social HardshipTwo types of intervention:• Training for professionals• Training for persons in situation of social hardship 12
  13. 13. Training for professionalsEmployed fund: ESF Axis I, Axis II, Axis III, Axis IVType of training provided:• refresher and/or qualification-specialization courses 13
  14. 14. Training for people in social hardship conditionsEmployed fund: ESF Axis II, Axis III, Axis IVType of training provided:• Apprenticeship with short initial period of employment training and guidance• Short courses of linguistic and computer literacy• Short courses inside prisons 14
  15. 15. People with disabilitiesEmployed fund: ESF Axis II, Axis III, Axis IVType of training provided• Qualification courses addressed to young people within integrated three-years educational/training paths (classroom, workshops, internship activities) – Obtained qualifications: cook, waiter, storekeeper, organic farming operator, food packaging operator... 15
  16. 16. People with disabilities• qualification courses (classroom, workshops and internship activities) addressed to people with specific disabilities (telephonist for visually impaired)• Apprenticeships at selected companies in cooperation with the employment service of the provincial district (Law 68/99) with a foregoing short employment guidance and addressed to young people coming from integrated school/training paths (ca. 50% employed) 16
  17. 17. People with disabilities• Apprenticeships at selected companies in cooperation with the employment service of the provincial district (Law 68/99) with a foregoing short employment guidance and addressed to adults. 17

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