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1 Cedefop study visit Copenhagen, Denmark 01 – 03 of march Cedefop study visit Copenhagen, Denmark 01 – 03 of march 2004 This presentation will focus on three main aspects: 1 -What is Eurobic Toscana Sud and how it is related to the problem of skills validation; 2 -Which is the actual situation in Italy and in Toscany about validation of skills: 3 – The evolution of the system.

2 Cedefop study visit Copenhagen, Denmark 01 – 03 of march Cedefop study visit Copenhagen, Denmark 01 – 03 of march 2004 Development Agency and Professional Training Agency, operating in the Province of Siena Tuscany

3 Cedefop study visit Copenhagen, Denmark 01 – 03 of march Cedefop study visit Copenhagen, Denmark 01 – 03 of march 2004 Head office in Poggibonsi (SI), operative office Amiata, Torrita di Siena Incubator, professional training offices in Sinalunga, Siena, Castelnuovo Berardenga. Province of Siena, Municipalities, Chamber of Commerce of Siena, Monte dei Paschi di Siena, Banca Toscana, Private Companies economic and employment development in the territory by the activation of technical and economic resources necessary for the creation of new enterprises and for the strengthening of the present enterprises Partners: Mission: H.resources: 25 employees Invoiced: 2000 – 0,9 MLN, 2001 – 1,3 MLN, 2002 – 2,5 MLN, 2003 – 2,8 MLN. Structures:

4 Cedefop study visit Copenhagen, Denmark 01 – 03 of march Cedefop study visit Copenhagen, Denmark 01 – 03 of march 2004 Professional training Agency Activity areas: Budget 2004: Managed courses in 2002: Managed courses in 2003: Number of trained students (2003): Number of activated work experiences (2003): Results: Environment, tourism, computer science, management and technological innovation, economic and rural development, new technologies, CAD, biotech, social area, automation, mechanical engeneering KL about 750 about 300 First training Agency in terms of resources in Regional calls (POR 2001 – ); 1° in Project Equals classification; Most important Training Agency in the wide area of south of Tuscany.

5 Cedefop study visit Copenhagen, Denmark 01 – 03 of march Cedefop study visit Copenhagen, Denmark 01 – 03 of march 2004 Development Agency Activity areas: Budget 2004: Territorial development projects, regional national and European financing, technical assistance for public administration in the management of European funds, and territorial marketing KL Activated investiments (2003): 40 MLN DOCUP 2003 (European Programming Document): Services: Results: 33 assisted municipalities, management of 120 admissible projects 350 assisted enterprises 550 elaborated projects within the DOCUP, management of the Territorial pact Siena Verde(130 enterprises and 5 public Organisations), 5 approved projects within the Local Economic Systems (SEL) and 1 about industrial district, feasbilty study about intermodal centre, and creation of a database for industrial areas.

6 Cedefop study visit Copenhagen, Denmark 01 – 03 of march Cedefop study visit Copenhagen, Denmark 01 – 03 of march 2004 Social area- womensenterprise Activity areas: Organization of promotional projects, thematic events (Donna Produce), regional, national, European, financing for new enterprises, front office services (CESID), social activities monitoring for the Provincial Administration, Community initiative EQUAL; Budget 2004: 650 KL Investments: Assisted enterprises: 200 Results: 45 projects proposals within the L. 215/92, promotion of important events, 600 contacts in the CESID network, social area projects KL

7 Cedefop study visit Copenhagen, Denmark 01 – 03 of march The European Union principles: Copenhagen declaration: – to reinforce the transferability and the acknoledgement of competencies in order to increase workers mobility; – To cooperate with social partners at local, regional and national level; Europass: – To define a common panel for transparency of qualifications and competencies; – To define a common system of acknoledgement of study titles and professional qualification; – To define the contents: european CV, european portfolio of languages, mobility experiencies.

8 Cedefop study visit Copenhagen, Denmark 01 – 03 of march The actual situation in Italy about validation of skills: In Italy we dont have a national system; – The university have their own system (25 hours of didactic activity mean 1 credit – every University has large autonomy in determing its own standard); – The profesional orders (lawyers, accountants, engineers, etc.) have their standards (every 4 hours of didactic activity mean 1 credit); – Every training category has its own system (professional apprentship, technical training, long life learning education, etc.); Consequeces: – The right of every worker for continuos training is seriously compromised; – The flexibility to change job is not guaranteed; – Labour market is becoming more rigid.

9 Cedefop study visit Copenhagen, Denmark 01 – 03 of march The actual national legislative system about validation of skills: Costitutional law 3/2001: it modifies the lines of attribution of competencies between the central state and the regions; National law 131\2003: the main task of this law is to adapt the all legislative system now into force, to the constitutional law; The regions have large autonomy in the professional and vocational training system; National law 174/2001 defines the general mechanism for a national system of skills validation. Advantages: the system is totally to build, there is the possibility to benchmark the best models all around Europe Problems: this kind of approach requires time to establish and much more time to perform.

10 Cedefop study visit Copenhagen, Denmark 01 – 03 of march The discussion about the new rules: Parity between various institutions: – the central state makes the general rules; – the regions make their systems taking into account of local needs; General agreement between institutions and stakeholders: – National level for general rules; it is necessary to define the minimum standard of competencies or broad band competencies; – Regional and local level for specific needs: the broad band competencies system can be widen in specific regional professional profiles; Common definition of: – Professional profiles; – Minimun standard competencies (personal, general and specific qualifications); – Training credit units; – Training credit recognition (enterprises and workers unions recognition).


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