01 décembre 2014

Embaucher un apprenti : toutes les aides financières pour l’employeur - Exonérations, crédit d’impôt et primes

http://profile.ak.fbcdn.net/hprofile-ak-snc4/50272_159390020754086_1752_n.jpgPar Kogito.fr pour le GIP Alfa Centre. Vous envisagez le recrutement d’un apprenti ? Au-delà de la possibilité de former en interne un nouveau salarié, les employeurs et notamment les très petites entreprises (TPE) peuvent bénéficier d’aides publiques. Tour d’horizon.
500 000 apprentis d'ici 2017
L'apprentissage est une voie de formation professionnelle initiale se déroulant en alternance entre une entreprise et un centre de formation. Le contrat d'apprentissage s'adresse à toutes les personnes de moins de 26 ans et permet d'accéder à tous les diplômes de l'enseignement professionnel et technologique, du niveau CAP au diplôme d'ingénieur. Voir l'article...

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Formation « Gestion du patrimoine des seniors et des personnes vulnérables » en 2015

AccueilUne formation, inédite en France, portant sur la « gestion du patrimoine des seniors et des personnes vulnérables » ouvrira à l’Université d’Auvergne (UdA) en 2015.
D’autant plus pertinente qu’un Auvergnat sur cinq a plus de 65 ans et que la région comptera 120 000 octogénaires en 2030, cette formation s’adresse aux conseillers patrimoniaux, conseillers financiers, notaires, experts comptables, chefs d’entreprise et professionnels indépendants « soucieux d’organiser leur patrimoine en vue de cette phase de leur vie ». Sont également concernés les retraités « désireux d’anticiper la protection du conjoint survivant ».
Plus d’infos : consultez le site. Voir l'article...

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25pc of university academics earn more than €100k

By John Drennan and Claire Mc Cormack. Top Irish lecturers and researchers are still among the highest paid in the world, despite alarming drop in university standards and six years of austerity budgets.
Irish universities may be slipping out of the top world rankings, but our college dons are still amongst the best paid professors in the world. More...

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The monograph should be the passport to mobile research success

By Diana Jane Beech. There is no escaping it: mobility has become the buzzword of research today. Academics everywhere are facing increasing incentives to join a new generation of ‘mobile researchers’ – or ‘passport professors’ as they are also known. Read more...

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Edging closer to differentiation in higher education

By Jo Muller. South Africa’s 23 universities and its university system are often said to be highly differentiated. This would be a fair conclusion to reach if one takes the sets of output and performance measures developed by policy research institutes such as the Centre for Higher Education Transformation, or CHET, in Cape Town, and the Centre for Research on Evaluation, Science and Technology, or CREST, at Stellenbosch University. Read more...

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Teacher attrition key to global education targets

By James O’Meara. The world still needs four million teachers to achieve the United Nations goal of universal primary education by 2015. That goal may be extended to 2030, in which case the UNESCO Institute for Statistics, or UIS, predicts we will need 27.3 million teachers – a shortage of crisis proportions. Read more...

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The importance of education for sustainable development

By Stephen Sterling. The graduates leaving universities now are entering a very different world from that encountered by their forebears – even a decade or so ago. It is marked by uncertainty, complexity and rapid change, manifested through a bewildering array of global issues relating to economic instability, climate change, inequity, loss of biodiversity and migration, to name a few. Read more...

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Parochial thinking in a global student business

By Brian Stoddart. Over the past two decades or so, one of the most startling but often unnoticed business developments in several economies has been the rise of international and transnational education.
During that period, for example, the activity has become Australia’s largest service industry and ranks consistently in the top four export industries along with mining, tourism and agriculture. General estimates put the business at around A$18 billion (US$15.4 billion) per year. Read more...

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Transnational recruitment vital for many universities

By Nic Mitchell. A number of English universities are increasingly reliant on recruiting international students through transnational education programmes, according to a new report from the Higher Education Funding Council for England, or HEFCE. Read more...

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A Siberian university aims to become a global player

By Stephen Hoare. The first higher education institution east of the Urals, Tomsk State University was founded in 1878 to extend the Tsarist empire’s grasp on Siberia’s tribal lands.
The university’s expertise in engineering, mineralogy and geology provided the skills to unlock Siberia’s enormous, untapped oil and mineral wealth. Read more...

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