04 avril 2019

Trois nouvelles études sur les secteurs cuir, mode textile et céramique en Nouvelle-Aquitaine

Logo cap-métiersLa Région Nouvelle-Aquitaine a lancé sa feuille de route sur la filière "Cuir, Luxe, Textile et Métiers d’art" le 2 avril 2019 à La Rochefoucauld. Cap Métiers a diffusé, à cette occasion, trois études sur le secteur du cuir, de la mode et du textile et celui de la céramique ornementale et de table. Plus...

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Un point sur le secteur de la métallurgie en Gironde

Logo cap-métiersC'est dans l'aéronautique, le spatial et la mécanique que la métallurgie prend principalement sa place. En 2017 les industries de la métallurgie comptabilisaient 26 000 emplois, parmi lesquels 86 % se concentraient dans le bassin d'emploi de Bordeaux. L'emploi de ce secteur représente 6% de l'emploi salarié privé en Gironde, un pourcentage en constante évolution sur 10 ans (entre 2007 et 2017). Plus...

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Les jeunes veulent un travail émancipateur et riche de sens

Logo cap-métiersDans son avis remis le 27 mars 2019, le CESE présente un constat nuancé sur la situation et les aspirations des jeunes dans le monde du travail. Face à la dégradation du marché de l'emploi, aux ruptures technologiques et aux mutations organisationnelles et écologiques, la jeunesse se préoccupe de l'avenir du travail et y attache beaucoup de sens. Plus...

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New TAFE program for Aboriginal health-care students sees a near perfect completion rate

The ConversationA customised scholarship program developed for Aboriginal TAFE students has led to a 96% completion rate – more than 60% above the average completion rate for Aboriginal TAFE students in New South Wales. More...

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If we want students to feel safe at school, we can’t encourage teachers to spot potential extremists

The ConversationFollowing terrorist attacks, it’s understandable politicians want to come up with quick, tangible measures to prevent other incidents and to tackle the problem at what is seen to be its core. More...

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Don’t be fooled, billions for schools in budget 2019 aren’t new. And what happened to the national evidence institute?

The ConversationThe government is also dedicating $525 million over five years to fund 80,000 new apprenticeships in areas of skills shortages – including bakers, bricklayers, carpenters and plumbers. More...

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College admission scandal grew out of a system that was ripe for corruption

The ConversationAs part of the “Operation Varsity Blues” case that federal prosecutors announced March 12, dozens of people – including Hollywood actresses and wealthy businessmen – stand accused of having bought their children’s way into elite colleges and universities. More...

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Australia should start planning for universal tertiary education

The ConversationAustralia is often characterised as having a mass higher education system. In fact, it could be called near-universal. According to the 2016 Census, 56% of Australians aged 15 years and over – 9.6 million people – hold a post-school qualification, up from 46% in 2006. More...

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Students striking for climate action are showing the exact skills employers look for

The ConversationOn March 15 2019 thousands of students across Australia will skip school and join the global strike for climate action. This is the second time students have taken to the streets to demand more government action on climate change. More...

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How can I help a friend with depression?

The ConversationDepression is a common mental health problem that can affect people at many different stages in life. How bad it gets and how long it lasts can really vary. It’s often something that people find hard to talk about, as many people don’t really understand what it is. More...

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