(Teleborsa) – Intesa Sanpaolo and Generation Italy (a non-profit foundation created by the consulting firm McKinsey & Company) will launch new classes of training courses aimed at training young people in search of opportunities and to accompany them in the world of work. The courses are part of the “Youth and Work” program of the two companies and are open to young people of an age included between 18 and 29 years and I am completely free. No previous skills are required to access the course, nor qualifications, but only the passing of an online test and a motivational interview.
A Milan and Turin Courses are scheduled for Sales Employees, Salesforce Software Developers, and CNC Machine Operators. TO Naples for Sales Employees and Salesforce Software Developers. TO Roma for Food & Beverage Workers and Salesforce Software Developers. TO Pordenone for CNC machine operators. Some courses will be delivered remotely via videoconferencing platforms, while others will have a mixed modality.
“The goal of Giovani e Lavoro is to contribute to fill the misalignment with the skills required by businesses and, at the same time, highlighting the hidden talents of boys and girls looking for a job ”, explain in a joint note Intesa Sanpaolo and Generation Italy.