Memorandum of Understanding signed between the Secretariat of State for Employment, the San Marino Association for Information Technology ASI and the Center for Professional Training and Active Labor Policies
The Memorandum of Understanding was signed this morning between the Secretariat of State for Labor, Economic Planning, Sport, Information, Relations with the AASS represented by the Secretary of State Teodoro Lonfernini, the San Marino Association for ASI Computer Science and the Center for Vocational Training and Active Labor Policies. The initiative stems from the interest of the Secretariat of State to start training activities aimed at improving the skills of workers enrolled in the job start-up lists, in order to facilitate the meeting between supply and demand, integrating those already in place for English language, even those aimed at ascertaining the IT and digital skills of which, the Covid-19 pandemic and its wide-ranging impacts, have accelerated demand. The San Marino Association for Informatics undertakes, upon request and in collaboration with the Vocational Training Center and for Active Labor Policies, to create tests, also diversified for specific tasks, aimed at measuring actual IT and digital skills of those enrolled in the job start-up lists, using a virtual platform for the administration of tests in electronic format. The Center for Vocational Training and for Active Labor Policies undertakes to process information relating to IT and digital skills, in order to combine the lack of professional profiles with the demand for work. ASI undertakes, in the context of shared planning, to agree with the Vocational Training Center and for Active Labor Policies in the technical drafting of the Didactic Regulations of the training courses that will be deemed necessary and to identify professionals, including subordinate workers, in able to carry out technical teaching. The costs relating to the implementation of tests to ascertain computer and digital skills, as well as the creation of training courses to achieve the minimum computer and digital skills for the inclusion of members in the various professional profiles, are charged to the Center. of Professional Training and for Labor Policies which will carry out the elaboration of the results jointly with ASI. Furthermore, ASI may propose, within its sphere of activity and competence, the realization of specific innovative training courses which, if deemed of interest to all the subscribers of this Memorandum of Understanding, can be carried out jointly: in this case case, the costs related to the realization of the training courses will be borne by the San Marino Association for Informatics while the Center for Vocational Training and for Active Labor Policies will make its organizational structure, classrooms and necessary equipment, and will undertake to use its own resources to activate various forms of advertising for the courses in question. A certificate will be issued to the participants in the training courses. The courses acquire the nominal patronage of the Secretariat of State for Labor.
Teodoro Lonfernini (Secretary of State for Labor): “My Secretariat is devising a series of tools so that people no longer have excuses in not finding work and it is doing so by systematizing the country’s institutions and organizations, as it is today. with ASI. We know how much IT and digital skills have value today, so I believe that with the protocol signed this morning we have added a new necessary element to the labor market of our country. “
cs Secretariat of State for Labor