The first component is the «public-private certified specialization modules" which allows a post-diploma certifying specialization that complements the Tunisian VT system. This project is implemented in public training centers and offers post-diploma training modules for young people and professionals to specialize according to the needs of the labor market. Certification benchmarks are established jointly between VT centers and sector professionals.
The second component aims to reinforce the practical aspect of the training provided in agricultural training centers, often requested by employers and new developers, while at the same time strengthening the integration of centers into their economic environment.
The "training companies" (TCs) component consists of genuine companies whose mission is the practical training and professional integration of its employees, unemployed and first-time job seekers. Placed for a three-month period in TCs, these temporary employees are supervised by a permanent team of experienced professional trainers. Based on an existing concept and on a transfer of know-how between Switzerland and Tunisia, this innovative project constitutes both a training device and a highly effective professional insertion system with an insertion rate of around 80 %. It also provides service to companies wishing to recruit young graduates at lower risk.
The "skills training" component has been implemented to reach the most disadvantaged regions: the program organizes short-term training courses (less than one month) targeted to specific, almost exclusively practical needs, "tailor-made’’ defined and organized "according to the needs of the target audience, with specific objectives defined on a case-by-case basis following an upstream needs analysis.
The fifth component of the program aims at supporting the National Public Service Reform Plan. It is a flexible component of institutional support which has the MVTE as its prime partner and the body responsible for the implementation of the reforms. It consists essentially of methodological support to the project management unit (PMU) responsible for coordinating and monitoring reforms.
Finally, the O + HR component that aims to make the valorization of human resources (HR) a key variable in the competitiveness of the company, by inducing structural adjustments through awareness raising and training for entrepreneurs as well as HR managers, with a strong emphasis on HR integration, enhancement and sustainability.
The main results of the programme since inception: