What is the goal of the investment?

The measure improves access to the world of work for youth and adults without a diploma by increasing participation in formal and vocational education as well as in training through the dual system, which also includes apprenticeships.  

Total investment cost 600 million
  • Youth
  • Reduce the gaps in standards of living
  • Gender equality
Additional details

This investment aims to make the education and training system more synergistic with the labour market so as to promote the employability of young people through the acquisition of new skills that are also in line with the ecological and digital transition.  The lines of action are:

•  the introduction of on-the-job training activities and the strengthening of dialogue with companies;

• increased funding to ensure training also in marginalised areas;

• the creation of inclusive governance that includes economic and social partners. By 2025, the number of people who will have participated in training activities under the dual system and will have obtained the relative certification will have to increase from 39,000 today to 174,000, for a total increase of 135,000. The distribution of funds between regions will take into account the number of students enrolled in vocational training courses. The investment is linked to reform 2 of the same mission and component relating to the fight against undeclared work and exploitation, through both the strengthening of inspection organisations and measures for the transformation of undeclared work into regular work, including various incentives.

What are the benefits?

Improving youth access to the world of work will ensure:
  • Increase in the employment rate
  • Strengthening of human resources
  • Reduction of undeclared work

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