25 septembre 2015

Les Assises régionales de l’orientation de 2015

Numero_VertLundi 26 Octobre 2015 de 9h30 à 17h
Hôtel de Région - Hémicycle
27, Place Jules Guesde 13002 MARSEILLE

La loi du 5 Mars 2014 relative à la formation professionnelle, à l’emploi et à la démocratie sociale instaure le Service Public Régional d’Orientation (SPRO). Dans ce cadre, la convention signée entre la Région et l’Etat en février 2015 précise les modalités d’exercice des compétences respectives en matière de coordination des opérateurs de ce service. Enfin, une charte partenariale sur la mise en œuvre, signée par de nombreux partenaires, stipule les objectifs partagés, les valeurs et les engagements des signataires.
Ces documents de cadrage montrent l’importance de l’action partenariale pour structurer et délivrer un service public d’orientation de qualité, gratuit et universel. A la richesse et à la diversité des pratiques professionnelles des opérateurs de l’orientation doivent s’ajouter le développement des coopérations, la cohérence des interventions et le partage de références communes.
Les Assises de l’orientation de 2015 proposent aux partenaires d’aborder diverses questions pour continuer à construire ensemble les conditions de réussite du Service Public Régional de l’Orientation :

  • Quels sont les éléments utiles à ces constructions entre opérateurs de l’orientation ?
  • Comment les acteurs du SPRO peuvent-ils structurer en confiance des garanties collectives de service aux usagers ?
  • Quelles sont les conditions et les organisations partenariales à mobiliser ?

INTERVENANTS :

  • Ouverture : Pascale GERARD, Vice-Présidente de la Région Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur, en charge de laformation professionnelle et de l’apprentissage et vice-présidente du CARIF.
  • Point sur la mise en oeuvre du Service Public Régional de l’Orientation : Martine YOBE, Chef du service Accompagnement Information Orientation, Région Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur
  • La confiance, un lien essentiel et contraignant : Roland REITTER, Professeur émérite de HEC Paris.
  • La posture professionnelle en orientation : Marie-Hélène DOUBLET, chargée d’études de recherche et développement au CIBC Sud Aquitaine, chercheur associée au CNAM INETOP.
  • Les outils collaboratifs numériques : Jean BESANÇON, Directeur de l’Université Ouverte Des Compétences (UODC) et Elsa BONAL, Directrice de Déjà-Là
  • Le site SPRO Professionnel : Sylvette BELMONT, Directrice du CARIF Espace Compétences

Programme et inscription.

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