Our partners

12/04/2017 - 08:30 AM

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We are in contact with various institutional partners interested in school and university issues.
Our main collaborations:
with the Ministry of Education, Universities and Research, for
  • the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding useful for school administrators, heads of training organisations, businesses and public bodies to encourage the identification of private organisations available to activate School-Work Alternance projects and strengthen the connection between school and the world of work.
  • The publication of our best practices: Confindustria Digitale has recommended our “excellent” School-Work Alternance projects and suggested the inclusion of our success stories on the MIUR website. In the material to be published on the MUIR website we have mentioned the experience of the training course undertaken with the Armellini Institute in Rome to explain, for the benefit of all the bodies concerned, our success practices as a hosting structure.
with Confindustria, for
  • the 2017 “ORIENTAGIOVANI” prize. We have sent our candidacy to Confindustria for 2017 with a description of our collaborations in schools.  Last year too, (2016 “Orientagiovani” Prize) we joined the initiative and were included on the Register of “school friendly” businesses, alongside the names of the winners.
  • BAQ – “Bollino per l'Alternanza di qualità’” ( Stamp of quality alternance). We have made initial contact with the Head of the Research Department of Confindustria Digitale to obtain recognition of the BAQ, “Bollino per l’Alternanza di Qualità”, launched by the Vice President for Human Capital Giovanni Brugnoli as part of the “Giovani, Impresa, Futuro” (Youths, Business, Future) convention. The BAQ is a recognition awarded to companies who stand out for the creation of high quality School-Work Alternance courses starting virtuous collaborations with second grade secondary schools and professional training centres. The aim of BAQ is to encourage partnership between schools and businesses and to create the conditions so that schools can set up growth paths for children and raise the quality of the school-work alternance projects involving the students.
with COTEC, Foundation for Technological Innovation, for
  • the dissemination of best practices. COTEC, of which we are founding partners, is a foundation established under private law, which dedicates space, around the theme of technological innovation, to the skills, experiences and interests of Institutions, Businesses and the Research system.  It was established with the purpose of strengthening technological competitiveness in Italy and in this context we participated in theSchool-Work Relationship” WG.
with the CRUI Foundation, the operational arm of the Conference of Italian University Rectors, for
  • the dissemination of best practices. For some time we have participated in working groups organised by the CRUI Foundation on the theme of University-Business Monitoring Units. In particular, this year we are involved in the “Industrial PhD” WG to improve the connection between universities and industrial systems in this specific sphere. Each year the Monitoring Unit publishes Reports with proposals and best practices for this topic. The 2017 Report will concentrate on the excellences created by Italian industries, including those of TIM.