08 octobre 2013

Pôle-emploi : Nouvelles modalités d'accompagnement et taille des portefeuilles de demandeurs d'emploi

http://www.agefma.org/uploads/images/logo_agefma_petit.jpgAu centre des orientations fixées par l'État et l'UNEDIC à Pôle-emploi d'ici 2015 et du projet stratégique "Pôle emploi 2015", les nouvelles modalités d'accompagnement des demandeurs d'emploi sont aujourd'hui en place dans l'ensemble des agences de France métropolitaine ainsi qu'en Guyane, et à la Réunion.
Les demandeurs d'emploi inscrits dans ces différentes antennes en profitent déjà.
Ainsi, Pôle-emploi a souhaité une totale transparence concernant à la fois les conditions de mise en œuvre des nouvelles modalités d'accompagnement, et la question de la taille des portefeuilles d'accompagnement des demandeurs d’emploi, publiée pour la première fois sur son site institutionnel.
Source : Pôle Emploi. 
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Trouver un emploi sans diplôme

http://www.agefma.org/uploads/images/logo_agefma_petit.jpgDans le cadre de la Semaine de l'Insertion Professionnelle, organisée chaque année par le CIDJ en partenariat avec la Région Ile-de-France, et qui se déroulera du 24 au 27 septembre 2013, se tiendra un Forum de l'emploi sans diplôme.
C'est dans ce contexte que le CIDJ vient de publier un guide intitulé "Trouver un emploi sans diplôme".
Cet outil permet de connaître les secteurs qui recrutent sans qualification et donne des conseils en matière de techniques de recherche d'emploi.
Source : CIDJ.
Télécharger le guide.

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Curricular innovation

http://www.guninetwork.org/guni.kc/guni.kc-topics-1/topic-2.-curricular-innvation/topic-2.-curricular-innovation-1/logoPropi.gifHigher education (HE) must be set in the context of the world today and the complex issues that are shaping it. One of which main trend is the interconnection between social, environmental and economic problems and its globalization.
Learning to live in our days implies to have embodied dialogue and consensus abilities to deal with current intercultural societies, as well as, have a wide sense of citizenship to serve human and planetary goals. Curricula must be addressed in the emergent framework of interdependence having a clear focus on holistic vision.
This call for HE to incorporate curricular contents that equip people with skills, competences and tools to make connections between many types of knowledge in order to understand complex issues, find solutions to the biggest problems facing us locally and globally and to work on a human scale.
This can be done by transcending disciplines towards a complex thinking, integrating knowledge from diverse backgrounds (community-based research, indigenous knowledge, intercultural dialogue, among others), and promoting the ethical implications of scientific and technological research and its applications. There is also an upcoming major role for HE related to the renewal of thought, by making knowledge accessible and useful in the broader sense of engagement with society.
Table of contents - Curricular innovation:

 

  1. Go beyond educating professionals to educating citizens with ethical awareness and civic commitment. [+]
  2. Introduce complexity, transdisciplinarity and uncertainty in the curriculum, towards a holistic vision of reality. [+]
  3. Educating for glocality, democracy and interculturality. [+]
  4. Training of trainers. [+]
  5. Links with previous levels of education. [+]

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Un parrain, un emploi : à deux c’est mieux

http://t0.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcTrqhn7Zbf78KM1_b4lObDLmM1aGyaiDxH5Y3YslQ9uyHfG5fbgm1VaYAL’association « Un parrain, un emploi », en partenariat avec IMS Entreprise et Synergie, a organisé son premier « Salon Inter-actifs » à l’Hôtel de la Région le 27 septembre. Une manifestation qui s’adresse aux publics en difficultés, afin de les soutenir dans leur recherche d’emploi et leur faire découvrir les entreprises et le milieu professionnel.
Plus d’une vingtaine d’entreprises étaient représentées. Parmi elles, DCNS, SNCF, Auchan, Adecco… Pour cette dernière, « l’objectif au cours de cette matinée est de mener des entretiens conseils. Il est essentiel d’aider les personnes en recherche d’emploi à se positionner sur le marché du travail et surtout à acquérir le bon savoir-être, qui est la clé du recrutement ». Adecco s’est engagée à insérer en emploi durable, CDI ou CDD d’au moins six mois, 130 000 personnes, plus 100 000 jeunes de moins de 26 ans intégrés dans la vie active, plus 40 000 personnes fragilisées éloignées de l’emploi. Suite...

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Overseas student growth ‘not as high as government hopes’

http://www.timeshighereducation.co.uk/magazine/graphics/logo.pngBy . The number of international students coming to UK universities will grow at a slower rate over the next 13 years than is hoped for by the government. That is the upshot of a new British Council report that anticipates the UK will host 568,000 overseas students by 2024, boosted by demand from countries including India, Saudi Arabia, Pakistan and Nigeria, a 29 per cent increase over 2011 levels. Yet the government’s industrial strategy for education, released in July, says it is “realistic” for international student numbers to grow by 15-20 per cent over the next five years, a much faster rate of growth than expected by the British Council. More...

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OECD report on skills marks down UK

Times Higher EducationBy . The UK scores poorly in a major study by the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development on adult literacy, numeracy and other key skills. The OECD tested more than 150,000 people aged 16 to 65 in 24 countries for the study, entitledProgramme for the International Assessment of Adult Competencies (Piaac). It is billed as having the potential to become an adult equivalent to the organisation’s influential Programme for International Student Assessment (Pisa) rankings, which measure the performance of school pupils. Read more...

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Commission report calls for private sector regulation

Times Higher EducationBy . Private providers, including universities’ own offshoots, have been pinpointed as a major risk to English higher education in a new report. The report by the Higher Education Commission, published tomorrow, warns that “proper regulation” of the sector is needed to capture all higher education providers. It appears to highlight the risks posed not just by unknown new providers, but by private subsidiary colleges set up by universities. England’s funding council has previously warned that such offshoots could evade requirements to take part in Key Information Sets and subscribe to the Quality Assurance Agency. Read more...

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Oxford v-c says fees should better reflect its ‘16k costs’

Times Higher EducationBy . The real cost of a University of Oxford education is £16,000 a year and the fees system should be better related to such an amount.
That is the view of the institution’s vice-chancellor Andrew Hamilton, whose comments in his annual oration today form the most significant public pressure for fees to be increased since the cap was raised to £9,000 in 2012. Read more...

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Number of foreign students set to grow

http://www.asianimage.co.uk/resources/images/sitelogo/An extra 126,000 international students are expected to attend UK universities in the next 10 years, according to new predictions.
A study suggests that in the coming decade, the UK will be one of the world's fastest growing destinations for foreign students, despite increasing competition from other nations.
Rising numbers of young people from countries such as India, Nigeria, Saudi Arabia and Pakistan are likely to pick UK institutions to study for a degree, according to a report by the British Council's education intelligence service. More...

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Ireland Emerges As New Higher Education Hub

http://www.businessworld.in/BW-Home-Main-theme/images/bwlogo.jpgBy Ankita Ramgopal. For those students looking for higher education opportunities overseas, Ireland is the hot new destination. The primary reason for the country's growing popularity is perhaps the fact that it is easier on the pocket when compared with favourites such as UK, New Zealand and Australia. Ireland has seen a 100 per cent growth in the number of Indian students in the September round of admissions this year as compared to last year, although the base has been very small, growing from an average of 1000 in 2012, as indicated by the Ambassador H.E., Feilim McLaughlin. The country is known as one of the largest education destinations for American students, and now it is hoping to forge a similar relationship with India. More...

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