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Autorità Portuale di Livorno "L'évolution des systèmes portuaires et les profils professionnels émergents" interviennent Francescalberto Debari et Sonia.

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1 Autorità Portuale di Livorno "L'évolution des systèmes portuaires et les profils professionnels émergents" interviennent Francescalberto Debari et Sonia Avanzoni, Administration portuaire de Livourne “L’evoluzione dei sistemi portuali e i profili professionali emergenti” intervengono Francescalberto Debari e Sonia Avanzoni, Autorità Portuale di Livorno Livorno, 9 Maggio 2014 III Seminario del progetto “PER MARE. Azioni innovative per orientare ai mestieri del mare” finanziato dal P.O. Italia- Marittimo

2 PORT TRAINING IN AN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS SYSTEM Port training needs analysis by Port Authority planning of training activities with port companies and trade unions Carrying out training activities following Standard Port Training Guidelines Assessment of training outcomes with port companies and trade unions

3 PORT TRAINING IN AN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS SYSTEM MONITORING TRAINING NEEDS

4 WHY IS PORT TRAINING IMPORTANT? DEVELOPMENT OF THE PORT INVESTING IN HUMAN RESOURCES ADDITIONAL TRAINING AND REQUALIFICATION OF WORKERS PORT TRAINING SYSTEM that improves the standards of professional competences to perform the tasks required WE NEED TO BE COMPETITIVE AND INCREASE EMPLOYABILITY INFRASTRUCTRUAL IMPROVEMENT TECHNOLOGICAL INNOVATION IMPROVED WORK ORGANIZATION

5 WHY PORT TRAINING? 84/94 Law – Port work re-organization and regulation; 186/2000 Law adapting port activities with particular reference to the regulation of temporary work; 196/97 Law - role of AP as controller of workers authorized to work in the port.

6 REPORT PROJECT S.UP.PORT PROJECT (EQUAL INITIATIVE) OPTIMUS PROJECT LIFELONG LEARNING PROGRAM EFFORTS PROJECT (6TH FRAMEWORK PROGRAM) DESCRIPTION OF MINIMUM STANDARDS OF EXPERTICE AND SKILLS OF PORT JOB PROFILES DESIGNING, DEVELOPING & EXPERIMENTING PORT TRAINING MODEL DESIGNING GUIDE LINES & METHODOLOGIES FOR VOCATIONAL TRAINING IN THE PORT SECTOR USING SIMULATORS DEVISE A SYSTEM FOR TRAINING, CERTIFYING AND VALIDATING PORT COMPETENCES

7 ORDINANCE N In 2007 Livorno Port Authority set about regulating vocational training activities through an ordinance for: Defining and setting up basic training and re-training programs with the issue of a “passport” or “certified curriculum” authorizing people to work in the port Carrying out the monitoring of port worker professional expertise and skills related to operational cycle activities in view of producing a yearly “Training Plan for the Port Sector” Defining training contents, modalities and assessment criteria through guidelines on minimum skill standards required for each task and/or activity carried out by workers DEVISE A SYSTEM FOR TRAINING, CERTIFYING AND VALIDATING PORT COMPETENCES

8 MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING FOR TRAINING IN PORTS Implementation of a common training and competences certification model for port sector workers. REGIONAL AGREEMENT FOR TRAINING IN PORTS Experiment validation and certification processes with the aim of structuring a common model for certifying competences (formal, non-formal and informal) Integration of port & logistics sector job profiles in Tuscany County Council’s Repertoire of Port Professions WORK GROUPS WITH TUSCANY COUNNTY COUNCIL, PORT AUTHORITIES AND DISTRICT COUNCILS Creation of common guidelines for the regulation of a Training, Certification and Validation system in line with VET and EQF; "Certified Professional Curriculum" to be integrated with the Training Record; Outline common lines for planning, carrying out and evaluating training programs and verify competences acquired; "Archimedes" project to test a model of certification of competences acquired in formal, non-formal and informal contexts. DEVISE A SYSTEM FOR TRAINING, CERTIFYING AND VALIDATING PORT COMPETENCES

9 “CERTIFICATION ” SYSTEM MODALITIES TO GUARANTEE QUALITY OF “TRAINING PROCESS” i.e. MONITORING MODALITIES FOR CARRYING OUT TRAINING PROGRAM PROCESS CERTIFICATION Who, how…. INDICATORS -Pertinence, Coherency, - Effectiveness, Mainstreaming TO GUARANTEE QUALITY OF “TRAINING OUTCOMES” i.e. SKILLS & EXPERTISE ACQUIRED CERTIFICATION OF OUTCOMES Definite & fixed verification of acquired competences INDICATORS -Effectiveness, Mainstreaming, Sustainability

10 PEOPLE TRAINED IN PORT SECTOR Induction training Total number of personnel trained : 62 Total number of hours: 2480 Safety training Total number of personnel trained : 267 Total number of hours: Additional Emergency Management training Total number of personnel trained: 64 Total number of hours 648

11 PEOPLE TRAINED IN PORT SECTOR Training for young people (port training courses for diploma-holders / graduated/ unemployed people) : Total number of personnel trained: 204 Total number of hours: 6362 Continuous training: Total Number of personnel trained: 530 Total number of hours:


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