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Business in Europe Hosting. Apprenticeships for Youth - Tommi Raivio, CRS Europe EU Talent/ BeHappy project

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FITT! final conference, 16th March Bruxelles
Workshop 2: Institution promoting quality apprenticeship in Europe: how can FITT! be transferred and mainstreamed? Inputs from stakeholders and institutions from Italy and Europe

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Business in Europe Hosting. Apprenticeships for Youth - Tommi Raivio, CRS Europe EU Talent/ BeHappy project

  1. 1. Business in Europe Hosting Apprenticeships for Youth Supporting SMEs to offer more and better quality apprenticeships Tommi Raivio - CSR Europe tr@csreurope.org www.eutalent.org
  2. 2. Text box - title SubheadingText box - title Business in Europe Hosting Apprenticeships for Youth EU Talent:  Helping SMEs to engage in apprenticeships through European and national learning networks. Objectives 1. Increase SMEs’ awareness on apprenticeships 2. Increase uptake of apprentices 3. Improve quality of apprenticeships 4. Contribute to policy dialogue at national and EU level Targets 1. 50.000+ SMEs through online communication campaign 2. 1.200 SMEs through learning networks 3. 100 SMEs through pilot programmes to improve the quality of their apprenticeships Project covers 12 countries through 2 level of partners: 5 High engagement 7 Soft engagement
  3. 3. Text box - title SubheadingText box - title 1. Engaging SMEs through online communications Building on previous efforts...
  4. 4. Text box - title SubheadingText box - title 1. Engaging SMEs through online communications
  5. 5. Text box - title SubheadingText box - title 1. Engaging SMEs in the communications campaign Opening our doors to apprentices is, before all, valuable for the competitiveness of our company Christian DARD CEO – Horizon Jardin France What are other SMEs saying? Discover their best practices online!
  6. 6. Text box - title SubheadingText box - title 2. Engaging stakeholders at national level Delivering series of events involving SMEs and various stakeholders: 19 national stakeholder meetings 5 national workshops +50 national & EU level webinars Spain Italy France
  7. 7. Text box - title SubheadingText box - title 3. Improving the quality of apprenticeships Building on previous efforts...
  8. 8.  Governance 1. Multi-stakeholder approach Takes the company’s needs into account in the setting up of the apprentice’s training framework 2. Policy/guidelines Allows a standardised process of inclusion of the apprentice in the workflow of the organisation 3. Cooperation with educational institutions Guarantees the development of a consistent training plan for the apprentice  Recruitment & Job transition 4. Transparency of information in recruitment Guarantees a clear understanding of the position and conditions for which the apprentice is applying 5. Reasonable quantity of apprentices Guarantees the maintenance of quality training standards for the recruited apprentice 6. Enabling job transition Ensures that the apprentice’s employment expectations correspond to the real possibilities offered by the company or by the labour market  Quality of Training 7. Company trainer Gives first-hand pedagogical guidance to the apprentice while carrying out the assigned tasks 8. Quality of supervision Ensures the in-company trainer is adequately equipped to train the future workforce of the company 9. Regular interaction with the apprentice Allows continuous feedback, discussion and review of the learning progress and training plan  Quality of Learning 10. Acquisition of profession-specific skills Ensures that the apprentice’s tasks are in-line with the requirements of the professional profile 11. Training on soft skills Ensures a higher level of adaptability, flexibility and autonomy of the apprentice 12. Additional training opportunities Provides the apprentice a wider scope of learning outcomes 13. Assessment of personal development Allows formal assessment of the professional competencies acquired in the training 14. Apprentice’s own project Allows the apprentice to take ownership of their work  Labour Conditions 15. Written and legal agreement Safeguards both parties around the work agreement, training programme and labour contract 16. Transparent communication regarding relevant rights Ensures good and correct relationships between apprentices and other colleagues 17. Complaints channel Ensures the learner can raise issues or concerns in an impartial way and lowers the level of conflicts 18. Compensation Provides basic rights to the apprentice, keeping them motivated and productive 19. Additional compensation Provides tangible recognition of over-time and other costs incurred during the training, increasing commitment and productivity 20. Access to social security systems Guarantees basic rights for the apprentice increasing his or her loyalty and motivation
  9. 9. Text box - title SubheadingText box - title 3. Online tool for SMEs to test the quality of their apprenticeships Take the test at www.eutalent.org
  10. 10. Text box - title SubheadingText box - title 3. Tailored guidance for 100 SMEs on quality improvement Based on results, SMEs to receive tailored company roadmaps to improve the quality of apprenticeships...
  11. 11. www.eutalent.org Tommi Raivio Project Manager – CSR Europe tr@csreurope.org

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