CAREERS AND TRAINING
Address changing professions
Adapt employment and training systems to meet the challenges of changes in professions and recruitment. Create career paths that promote employee mobility and employability.
Get the most out of the systems in place
While digitalization and the ecological transition are causing jobs to evolve significantly, career paths are less and less linear.
We are committed to developing attractive career paths that promote the employability of employees and the recognition of their skills.
Our multi-sector experience and detailed knowledge of employment-training systems and issues – skills’ blocks, AFEST, Transco, POEC, etc. – enable us to select the most relevant solutions.
Pragmatic solutions to meet your job challenges
Build robust and standardized reference systems
Run workshops with professionals to better understand their reality
Conduct a semantic analysis of job offers to complete the existing literature
Standardize skills to facilitate the creation of career paths and the mobility of professionals
Formalize competency frameworks to meet regulatory requirements
Structure potential career paths
Identify current pathways and map the training offer that supports them
Structure certifications (in France, CQP, CCP) at branch and training organization level, in skills’ blocks
Create adapted tools for companies, employees and branches: e-certif, interactive mapping, dynamic observatories
Assess the balance between supply and demand
Evaluate and anticipate the skills’ needs of companies
Map the existing initial and continuing training offer
Measure the gaps between the number of people trained and the recruitment needs of companies
Identify mismatches in terms of territory, methods, content and volume of training
Formulate convergence strategies
Specify the training needs: educational content, methods and recognition of acquired skills
Define an action plan to respond to changes in professions and career paths
Identify the mechanisms and funding to be mobilized
Support the deployment and implementation of the strategy as a project management assistant (PMA)