The Future Skills and Competences in the Pulp and Paper Industry
The project has the financial support of the European Commission budget heading 04 03 01 08 Industrial Relations and Social Dialogue.

 

About

Project Background

Welcome to the website of the joint project of industriAll Europe and CEPI entitled Mapping the European education systems on their suitability to meet the needs of the European pulp and paper sector.

Below you can find an overview of the project activities, the preliminary outcomes and background material.

Stemming from the challenges faced by the sector, namely ageing staff, lack of attractiveness among youngsters, technological change, and products and processes evolution, the project aims to develop needed intelligence on education and training systems in Europe with a view to identify potential mismatches between the existing systems and the needs of the sector, and to suggest possible improvements. The study we are undertaking focuses on 8 target countries: Austria, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Poland, Sweden and the UK. The selection has been based on the active and representative members of CEPI and industriAll Europe in the scope of our social dialogue committee, while trying to maintain a regional balance. Experts from industriAll Europe’s and CEPI’s national members in the 8 target countries have been actively involved in the development, implementation and analyses of the research and surveys.

The main steps of the project have been a desk research on the typical education paths related to the paper sector backed by a survey to companies and trade union representatives on the companies’ specific training paths and a second survey on the current and future training and recruitment needs of the sector.

The project's main outcome is policy recommendations, which will be available in November 2016.

The project is being implemented with the support of the European Commission.

 

Skill Rec Need Pol Recomm Map Edu Train Paths

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Burgo Ardennes

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Meetings

click meeting for information & documents

 

Mid-term Conference

21-22 February 2016 - Vienna

 

Final Conference – Project Results

24 November 2016 - Brussels

Outcomes

I Mapping Education & Training paths

Background documents: Education Tree & Fact Sheet

 

  1. Austria Edu Tree - Fact Sheet
  2. Finland Edu Tree - Fact Sheet
  3. France Edu Tree
  4. Germany Edu Tree - Fact Sheet
  5. Italy Edu Tree - Fact Sheet
  6. Poland Edu Tree - Fact Sheet
  7. Sweden Edu Tree - Fact Sheet
  8. UK Edu Tree - Fact Sheet

II Skills & Recruitment needs

Questionnaire on onsite and offsite training

  • Overall results of the first questionnaire EN

Questionnaire on future skills and recruitment needs

  • Overall results of the second questionnaire EN
  1. Austria Country results
  2. Finland Country results
  3. France Country results
  4. Germany Country results
  5. Italy Country results
  6. Sweden Country results

III Policy Recommendations

soon

 

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Team

Project Management

Corinna ZIEROLD

Political Advisor industriAll Europe

Bernard DE GALEMBERT

Social Affairs Director

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Heini HYRKKÖ

‎Project Coordinator

Expert Group - Social Partners

Paolo ZANINELLI

Scuola Cartaria San Zeno

Werner AURACHER

‎Austropapier

Isabelle MARGAIN

‎UNIDIS

Soile KORISEVA

Metsäteollisuus ry

Peter SCHULD

Industriegruppensekretär IG BCE (industriAll Europe)

Barbara SURDYKOWSKA

‎NSZZ Solidarność

Louisa BULL

‎Unite the Union

Conny NILSSON

‎Svenska Pappers (industriAll Europe)

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News

News - Press releases

News

 

  1. European Social Partners investigate skills and education needs for the paper industry 23 February 2016

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