To find the manpower perfectly adapted to their needs, large companies are creating their own centres of training of apprentices.
Alternate between theoretical training at school and practical application in business... for years now, ministers, experts and patrons extol the virtues of learning, lane allegedly royal to facilitate the integration of young people into the labour market. And yet the numbers are stubborn : the number of contracts signed has remained stagnant for ten years, at around 270 000 per year. Among the 16-25 years of age, only 7% are in learning. Sorry, in a country plagued by youth unemployment.
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To restart the machine, the executive put on the act, "professional future". Enacted last fall, it reviews in depth the organisation and financing of learning, now entrusted to the professional branches. The text proceeds as the red carpet in front of a new player, companies. Financial incentives, administrative simplifications, interference in the educational content... Everything is done to encourage them to create their own training centres for apprentices (CFA).Your support is essential. Subscribe for $ 1 support Us
And the beginnings are encouraging. Large companies launch into the adventure, with the hope of being able to train tomorrow, young people are perfectly adapted to their professions and to their culture. "There is no specific training on the subject of 'otherwise', especially without a CV. However, it is an issue that is very strong. We will, therefore, create a title, level bac+3 or bac+4, to respond to them", explains Frédérique Plasson, DG solutions employment and training of the Adecco group. Launched in march under the form of a unit of training apprentices, the CFA is expected to open in September its doors to three new classes of 20 apprentices.
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In parallel, Adecco has partnered with Korian, Sodexo and Accor to create a CFA, specialized in the trades of the kitchen. Goal : to hire 1 000 apprentices per year in this sector, which attracts few young people. "Together, we are trying to industrialize offer recruitment to weigh on the local labour markets. With training programmes that are not only technical, but also focus on how to be," says Rémi Boyer, HR manager of the group Korian, which hopes to open a CFA focused on the business of the care. The four brands promise to deliver CDI 100% of their apprentices, and to facilitate the bridges between them.
More modest, the group héraultais Nicollin expects to open in October, to Montpellier, a CFA preparing 12 to 14 young per year in the BTS of "Business services to the environment". Training for the time being provided... by the CFA of the cleanliness of Toulouse. "Our apprentices come from all over France, but we want the train close to the seat, to be able to inculcate the values, the culture of the group, says Patricia Jarlot, head of training in Nicollin. In creating our structure, we want to also be able to adjust the pace of lessons." The specialist in the collection and reprocessing of waste means and finishing off with the classic model of learning, based on the alternation between-week courses and immersion in a company.
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on the side Of the ministry of Labour, we are delighted with these initiatives, we would like to see spread all over the territory. The ambition ? As the companies become, as in Germany, the spearheads of the learning. A prospect which thrills the approximately 1 200 CFA existing, which feared a destabilisation of their markets. And they put also guard against the development of training at the hand of employers. At the risk of grant titles and diplomas "house" having a limited value on the labour market out of business school.