In economic and social terms, education and training are pillars for maintaining employability, reducing unemployment, fighting social exclusion and promoting equal opportunities. In individual terms, they are the basis for personal fulfilment and satisfaction. In organisational terms, they are a condition for success and competitiveness.
It is essential to increase the level of qualification of workers and ensure that their skills profile is developed and updated;
The companies, beyond the compliance with the law, should foster learning environments;
Training is a condition for maintaining employability, reducing unemployment, combating social exclusion and promoting equal opportunities;
Permanent education and continuous training are factors for personal, social and organisational development and competitiveness.
According to the Labour Code, all companies must ensure each of their workers a minimum of 40 hours of certified vocational training per year, provided by an entity certified for training.