GOVERNMENT-FUNDED TRAINING - Arcadia
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GOVERNMENT-FUNDED TRAINING

UPDATING AND CONSOLIDATING SKILLS

Government-funded training allows companies to invest in updating and consolidating their employees’ skills. The training is funded through funds available to businesses.

Arcadia is a qualified and accredited partner for ad hoc training projects for companies, financed by Italian joint interprofessional funds (we are the only Italian training company qualified to operate in all Italian regions), the European Social Fund, the Ministries of the Italian Republic or by EU funds, such as Horizon and Erasmus+.

INTERPROFESSIONAL FUNDS

Companies can join these public and joint interprofessional funds free of charge.

 

The existing funds can be used by companies in all economic sectors, for example industry, agriculture, services and artisan. The funds are created by allocating a percentage of the gross pay of the employees of the companies that joined these funds. Therefore, companies have at their disposal an amount that accumulates over time. This amount is available for financing training courses.

THE EUROPEAN SOCIAL FUND (ESF)

This fund is dedicated to reducing disparities among European Union member states.

 

It is one of the EU’s financial tools aimed at promoting economic and social cohesion and reducing the disparities that exist among EU member states.

 

In relation to the cohesion policy, the ESF has the task of improving job and employment opportunities, favoring a high level of employment, as well as new and better jobs. It supports measures aimed at increasing productivity, reinforcing competitiveness and promoting economic growth and sustainable development.

ERASMUS+

This EU program supports education, training, youth and sport in Europe from 2014 to 2020.

 

Erasmus+ provides opportunities for students, trainees, apprentices, scholars, adult learners, young volunteers, teachers, lecturers, trainers, youth workers, and professionals from organizations active in the fields of education, training and youth.

 

The program does not directly subsidize individual participants. Rather, it reaches individuals through organizations, institutes, institutions, universities, schools and groups that can present project proposals and apply for funding.

 

Participation is open to any organization that is active in the fields of education, training, youth and sports.

UPDATING AND CONSOLIDATING EMPLOYEE LEARNING?

Offer your employees material that is always updated and on the cutting edge, for learning that is fast and consolidated over time.

Find out how!