France - Social partners negotiate vocational training reform - December 31, 2017

The government has launched a series of reform proposals. One of the proposals deals with the personal training budget (CPF). This CPF provides workers with the possibility to follow training courses in order to establish a level of qualifications or competences. The social partners currently discuss the modelling of the vocational education. The partners in bargaining have fixed a calendar for the negotiations that runs until February 2018. Trade union CFDT proposed to work out the different details in an interprofessional agreement.

Read on: in French (1) …   in French (2) …   The government proposals on vocational training: in French …

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