The 44 recent high school graduates who have achieved their first goal of insertion in the world of work come from the technical institutes “Luigi Galvani” of Giugliano in Campania (NA), “Vito Sante Longo” of Monopoli (BA) and “Arangio Ruiz “. “of Augusta (SR), and all have obtained excellent results, demonstrating the effectiveness of a model based on the combination of training and professional insertion to prepare young people for the world of work: 75% of the 44 young people are they graduated with a grade above 90/100, 50% got the grade of 100/100 and 6 apprentices also got honors.
An objective that takes shape in a wealth of competencies made not only of the consolidation of the school formation, but also of the acquisition, inside the companies, of those technical knowledges and of those soft skills that today are fundamental to incorporate -se in the labor market and basics for the new culture of energy transition. Way
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insertion with dual learning, in fact, provides for the presence of students in the company one day a week during the school year, while during the summer the presence is full-time for on-the-job training , in order to give young people the opportunity to support operational teams and make them acquire the skills to work in a team and solve practical and technical problems that arise, collaborating with the rest of the team to achieve the goals .
This is a model that, introduced by Enel in 2014 (the first company in Italy to do so), provides for a first phase of 23 months of first-level learning (surpassed by the 44 recent graduates of the three technical studies). institutes involved) and then a second phase – in continuity with the previous one – of 13 months of professional training of second degree, at the end of which the title of basic electrician is obtained. The path, governed by Enel’s trade union company agreement – thanks to which shared rules were defined with the social partners, anticipating many of the solutions now included in the new legislative discipline on learning – allows us to anticipate the entry into the world of work. and the acquisition of the necessary skills, opening a dialogue between school and company and optimizing the period of post-diploma training for corporate professionalism, thus taking advantage of the education and training of the school in the workplace.
Enel’s school-work learning
is consistent with the approach and guidelines of the National Recovery and Resilience Plan (PNRR), in particular with Mission 4, “Education and Research” (which aims to innovate the education system through the integration of the productive system) and Mission 5 “Inclusion”. and Cohesion “(which in the dual system and in learning identifies the best means for the encounter between training and a more inclusive and socially equitable world of work), and is configured as the ideal bridge to unite the field of training and with the aim of preparing the necessary professional figures to facilitate an energy transition that has now become essential, precisely because of this, thanks also to the collaboration with the Ministry of Education and the Ministry of Labor and Social Policies, 5 editions of the program have been activated since 2014, with the involvement of 395 young people, 13 communities and 20 technical institutes .. And in 2018 one of the young technicians, protagonist of the first learning cycle
was awarded by the European Commission as
Best European Apprentice 2018
. There are currently 376 apprentices in service, 332 of whom have already completed the course and continue their employment relationship indefinitely.