REPORT OF PROSPECTING AND DETECTION OF TRAINING NEEDS2019

2020

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These reports contain occupations with better situation in the labour market (state and territory) and a diagnosis of current training needs and trends and forecasts identifying the objectives of focus in programming oferta formativa.

Contents

  • Prospective methodology for the study of the labour market and the detection of Training Needs
  • Information from the Labour market: Overview and trends
  • Occupations with A Better Position in the labour market
  • Training Needs of workers
    • Professional Family: Sports Physical Activities
    • Professional Family: administration and management
    • Professional Family: Agrarian
    • Professional Family: Graphic Arts
    • Professional Family: trade and Marketing
    • Professional Family: Building and Civil Works
    • Professional Family: Electricity and Electróinica
    • Professional Family: energy and water
    • Professional Family: manufacture Mechanical
    • Professional Family: Hospitality and tourism
    • Professional Family: Extractive Industries
    • Professional Family: computer science and communication
    • Professional Family: installation and maintenance
    • Professional Family: Personal Image
    • Professional Family: Image and sound
    • Professional Family: Food Industries
    • Professional family: wood, furniture and Cork
    • Professional Family: Fishing Maritime
    • Professional Family: Chemistry
    • Professional Family: health
    • Professional Family: Safety and environment
    • Professional Family: Sociocultural Services and the community
    • Professional Family: textiles, clothing and Skin
    • Professional Family: transport and vehicle maintenance
    • Professional Family: glass and ceramics
  • Recommendations
  • Annex I: Chips of Training Needs of occupations in a better position in the labour market in2019
  • Annex II: Occupations with A Better Position in the labour market Autonomist and provincial2019