Category Archives: Training and Development

Our main goal is to provide jobs to disabled people from the town and the region.

 

COOPERATIVE CHERNOMORKA BURGAS

Ten years before, due to the European support through the PHARE pre-accession Programme and the European Social Fund we started to modernise our businesses and to adapt our working environment to the special needs of people with disabilities.

Our main goal is to provide jobs to disabled people from the town and the region and to support their social integration with a special emphasis on the integration of disabled women.

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Needing Skilled Workers, a Booming Germany Woos Immigrants By ALISON SMALE JULY 18, 2014

Needing Skilled Workers, a Booming Germany Woos Immigrants

But more than the rest of Europe, its healthy economy needs additional workers, especially for jobs requiring high levels of training and education, a problem likely to be exacerbated in the long run by its low birthrate. Right now Germany is trying to fill 117,000 jobs in science, technology and engineering, a gap that may widen to as many as one million by 2020, according to the Cologne Institute for Economic Research.

Building a bridge to Canadian career Program helps immigrants adjust to culture and find relevant employment

Building a bridge to Canadian career Program helps immigrants adjust to culture and find relevant employment

… York University’s bridging program for internationally educated professionals (IEPs). The innovative 18-month certificate program helps immigrants trained abroad adjust to Canadian business culture, and find employment that matches their credentials and experience.

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Germany relaxes immigration rules to attract skilled labour

“But this month the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) said Germany must liberalize the recruitment of foreigners to fill a projected shortfall of 5.4 million workers with vocational or tertiary qualifications by 2025.

German business welcomed the new rules. The BDA employers’ federation said it would “facilitate the targeted immigration of badly-needed skilled labour also in non-academic areas”, citing a particular shortage of skills in engineering and electronics.

It welcomed a “change of mentality” that would make foreign workers feel more welcome.

Many would-be migrants are put off by having to learn German, but language schools such as the Goethe Institute now report record enrolments while more German firms are starting to accept English as the language of the workplace.”

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Conclusion: Shared Responsibility Leads to Competitive Communities

“As Ontario moves towards strengthening the linkages between workforce literacy and basic skills and employer demand is essential. We need to move beyond our traditional planning approaches and create locally-driven, joined-up partnership models that leverage our existing infrastructure and increase a level of shared responsibility. Through this enhanced level of shared responsibility we can use new tools, well-informed frameworks and overlapping intersections and interconnections to improve the way we coordinate and deliver services. When workforce planning boards and regional literacy networks strategically align their activities together, we are then better equipped to address our local workforce employment and training needs. This will make our communities more competitive, allow for industries to grow and provide more sustainable opportunities for all Ontarians.”