The minister of Labour announced a sort of "Booklet of training" to facilitate its access to people who have less education.
Heading on to the modern. The government will report on Thursday, "a true revolution" in the field of training throughout the life with an app and a website, promises the minister of Labour, Muriel Pénicaud, in an interview with the Sunday Newspaper.
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"The mobile application Moncompteformation and the website that goes with it is a real revolution," says the minister, according to which "they will allow our country to enter in a company skills" and reminds that"a business on two will evolve profoundly in the next ten years".Your support is essential. Subscribe for $ 1 support Us
The personal account of formation (CPF) "existed since 2015 but it was a virtual : barely two million French have used it," says the minister, explaining that "as of Thursday, this right becomes real for 25 million employees".
A "Booklet of training"
"We are building a new public service that creates a right attached to the person. A little bit like a Booklet of the training", she says again, pointing out that"at least 100 000 training sessions will be available immediately on the app, for more than 40 000 courses" different.
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To avoid the training "can", "only the accredited agencies in preparation for a professional title or a diploma can be referenced", explains Muriel Pénicaud : "we do not find that training with a value on a CV". The minister of Labour reminded us that "the first marker of unemployment, it is the absence of training", which affects "6.5% of qualified persons, against 18% of non-trained".
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If the frames of large groups benefit from it, "the other, a lot less," she says. "But the absence of continuous training increases the differences of qualification that existed before, which helps to block the social elevator". "In 1971, when Jacques Delors launched the idea of education throughout life, she was a humanist. Now, it becomes an economic necessity, and social," says Muriel Pénicaud.