In a world in constant transformation it’s fundamental to update skills and develop new knowledge. The Professional Training Centers for Participated Management in Lisbon were created based on a partnership between the Institute of Employment and Professional Training (IEFP) and civil society. They offer training opportunities with a sectoral bias, that is, focused on specific areas of the economy. Get to know each one better in the list below:
It is worth mentioning the actions taken with civil society, which are increasingly marked by the lack of information and myths that need to be broken.
The exercise of rights and compliance with obligations is only possible through effective concerted intervention and with integrated, multi-sector and multidisciplinary solutions. Civil society as an individual, as business and with greater strength through the associative and cooperative movement, has played a leading role with ideas and influence next to government entities.
The success we have been achieving comes from articulated, networked and collaborative work in various territories where public entities and civil society are organized to respond to the pressing needs of these populations.
There is still a long way to go, however, I commend the effort and dedication and work of all who want a more just, equitable and supportive society aware of the challenges humanity faces.
More Training and Capacity Building. Best Exercise of Rights and Duties. Better Job. Better living conditions.