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GSSD Solution Forum 4 ( ILO ) SENAI GSSD 2023

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What are Green jobs? According to the International Labour Organization (ILO) these are jobs that “help to reduce negative environmental impact ultimately leading to environmentally, economically and …

What are Green jobs? According to the International Labour Organization (ILO) these are jobs that “help to reduce negative environmental impact ultimately leading to environmentally, economically and socially sustainable enterprises and economies; more precisely, green jobs are decent jobs that reduce consumption of energy and raw materials; limit greenhouse gas emissions; minimize waste and pollution; and protect and restore ecosystems”

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  • 1. SENAI Mission: Providing technical and vocational education, facilitating innovation and the transfer of industrial technologies to contribute to increasing the competitiveness of the Brazilian Industry Priority work areas : Technical and vocational education Industrial innovation and technology
  • 2. SENAI FIGURES 2012 Recognized by ILO -International Labor Organization as a model of TVET in Latin America + than 3 million new students per year 80% employed Our Challenge: 4 million enrollments in 2014 More than 58 million workers qualified over 70 years 817 operational units
  • 3. INDUSTRIAL LABOR MAP From 2012 to 2015 7.2 million is the demand for professionals with technical and professional training From the total, 1.1 million will be for the youth who has never worked before. Initial salary above R$ 2,000 and can grow more than 170% in 10 years
  • 4. SENAI’s Challenge - To expand the training of the workforce, maintaining the quality - Implement an effective agenda of technology and innovation Industry Challenge Competitiveness
  • 5. INTERNATIONAL ACTIVITY 76 international partnerships effective in over 46 countries More than partnerships, valuable relationships
  • 6. One of the main partners of Cinterfor for the past 50 years • Development of joint-projects in the themes of vocational training and youth employability to support Latin American institutions • Transfer of SENAI’s methodology of prospective studies • Access to SENAI’s database of courses and contents
  • 7. LINES OF ACTION .TEC Technologies and knowledge transference and development Projects with governments, international agencies and congener institutions .ORG Meeting the demands of Brazilian companies with foreign operations .COM
  • 8. INTERNATIONAL SCOPE OF ACTION . Tec - Transfer of knowledge and priority international technologies to the Brazilian industry so as to support the education, technology and innovation schedules More than partnerships, valuable relationships
  • 9. SOUTH-SOUTH COOPERATION (.ORG) .Org – Technical cooperation with developing countries, aimed at transfer of knowledge and technologies for Governments and related institutions Projects carried out in partnership with the Brazilian Cooperation Agency (ABC) and international development agencies in Latin American, Caribbean, Africa and Asia countries More than partnerships, valuable relationships
  • 10. OUR PORTFOLIO OF TECHNICAL COOPERATION PROJECTS TVET CENTERS IN THE WORLD 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Cape Verde Guinea-Bissau Paraguay East Timor Guatemala Jamaica Haiti Sao Tome and Príncipe Angola Peru (Environmental Tecnological center)
  • 11. THE TRIANGULAR PROJECT CENTER FOR ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGIES PERU-BRAZIL-GERMANY The idea: -Implement an Environmental Center in Peru with Brazilian and German support - Use the Brazilian experience in water management + the German knowhow in energy efficiency - Share investments and vision to develop a complex project that would demand strong cooperation between partners The Brazilian Perspective: - Promote South-South Cooperation as part of main strategy carried out by the Brazilian Agency of Cooperation - Opportunity for SENAI to receive knowledge transfer in energy efficieny and water management from German -Support Brazilian companies in Peru in their internationalization process
  • 12. THE PERFECT TRIANGULAR PROJECT = EQUILIBRIUM OF INTERESTS BRAZIL GERMANY PERU Level of Complementarity Strong interest between organizations Strong interest between governments
  • 13. INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS UNIT – UNINTER Executive Manager: Frederico Lamego – lamego@cni.org.br SBN Quadra 1, Bloco C, Edifício Roberto Simonsen, 5º andar 70040-903 - Brasília/DF - Brazil Phone: +55 61 3317-9010 Fax: +55 61 3317-9170 www.cni.org.br More than partnerships, valuable relationships