VET* in France *  Vocational Education and Training
The Life-Long Learning Work force Unemployment training CONTINUING TRAINING Compulsory school  <  age 16 Universities for ...
Main key-figures
125.3   billion  euros –   6.6 %   of the GDP Education fundings   in 2007 30,17; 24% 13,74; 11% 0,98; 1% 66,86; 53% 5,43;...
Financing continuing training  & Apprenticeship in 2007 28.42  billion  euros -  1.50 %  of the GDP Central government Reg...
The continuing vocational training partners Service Providers Information providers Training Organisations Skills audit ce...
Public Authorities
State ( Government-Ministries ) Regions ( Regional   Councils )   Competences Public authorities and Training
Central government fundings Public authorities and Training Ministry in charge of Employment and other ministries State bu...
Regional governments fundings Public authorities and Training The  regional government Central  government grant Regional ...
Training for  Private-sector employees
Social partners  Companies Training providers The main actors in the private-sector
Training  plan Individual Training Leave (CIF) Individual Training Right (DIF) Individual right to receive training Course...
Legal obligation for Firms in financing training * percentage of the firm’s gross annual wage bill 0,20% 0,90% 0,50% Compa...
<ul><li>Approved Joint Collecting Body   are: </li></ul><ul><li>Managed by Employer organisations and Trade unions  </li><...
Training for  unemployed people
Job seeker access to training Training courses Special work contracts Youths people aged 16 to 25 Adults 26 to 44 & 45 and...
Training benefits = T raining fees   2 main possibilities of funding current expenditures  of training providers Public au...
Training Providers
Training providers in CVT  Data according to their status -  2007
Thank you for your attention
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in …5
×

French VET system - main items

401 views

Published on

Présentation du système français de formation professionnelle (en anglais)
Slides for presentation of the French VET system

0 Comments
0 Likes
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

No Downloads
Views
Total views
401
On SlideShare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
1
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
6
Comments
0
Likes
0
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide

French VET system - main items

  1. 1. VET* in France * Vocational Education and Training
  2. 2. The Life-Long Learning Work force Unemployment training CONTINUING TRAINING Compulsory school < age 16 Universities for the elderly Retirement assistance Retirement EDUCATION INITIAL TRAINING « Life-Long Learning » Primary school Lower Upper 55 62/67 5/6 11 14/15 17/18 25/30 I I I I I I I University ages secondary school
  3. 3. Main key-figures
  4. 4. 125.3 billion euros – 6.6 % of the GDP Education fundings in 2007 30,17; 24% 13,74; 11% 0,98; 1% 66,86; 53% 5,43; 4% 8,165; 7% Ministry of education other ministries Companies local authorities Households other administrations
  5. 5. Financing continuing training & Apprenticeship in 2007 28.42 billion euros - 1.50 % of the GDP Central government Regional councils State & local authorities (as employers ) Unedic –employment insurance Households Companies
  6. 6. The continuing vocational training partners Service Providers Information providers Training Organisations Skills audit centres Firms Employee Training Financial Obligations Training for managers Public Authorities Central Government Regional Government Training Beneficiaries Job Seekers : Young People & Adults Employees Others : Public-sector Employees Self-employed Social Partners Trade Associations Labour Unions
  7. 7. Public Authorities
  8. 8. State ( Government-Ministries ) Regions ( Regional Councils ) Competences Public authorities and Training
  9. 9. Central government fundings Public authorities and Training Ministry in charge of Employment and other ministries State budget ESF ( European social fund) Aid to trainees Aid to training organisations Aid to firms and professionnal bodies Grants to the regional governments
  10. 10. Regional governments fundings Public authorities and Training The regional government Central government grant Regional income (taxes) ESF (European social fund) Training for youths Apprenticeship Aid to companies Aid to trainers Other aid Aid to training organisations
  11. 11. Training for Private-sector employees
  12. 12. Social partners Companies Training providers The main actors in the private-sector
  13. 13. Training plan Individual Training Leave (CIF) Individual Training Right (DIF) Individual right to receive training Courses offered by the Employers Particular type of employment contracts Alternance training contracts : Contract of professionalization Training measures
  14. 14. Legal obligation for Firms in financing training * percentage of the firm’s gross annual wage bill 0,20% 0,90% 0,50% Companies with a minimum of 20 employees 1,60%* 0,15% 0,90% Companies with 10 to 19 employees 1,05%* 0,40% 0,15% Companies with less than 10 employees 0,55%* Training Plans Professionalization and individual training right benefit Individual training leave
  15. 15. <ul><li>Approved Joint Collecting Body are: </li></ul><ul><li>Managed by Employer organisations and Trade unions </li></ul><ul><li>Collecting the financial tax of Firms for training </li></ul><ul><li>Financing training courses for employees </li></ul><ul><li>Counselling firms </li></ul>Organismes Paritaires Collecteurs Agréés (OPCA) Approved Joint Collecting Body
  16. 16. Training for unemployed people
  17. 17. Job seeker access to training Training courses Special work contracts Youths people aged 16 to 25 Adults 26 to 44 & 45 and more
  18. 18. Training benefits = T raining fees 2 main possibilities of funding current expenditures of training providers Public authorities and job seekers Part of salaries
  19. 19. Training Providers
  20. 20. Training providers in CVT Data according to their status - 2007
  21. 21. Thank you for your attention

×