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Radom, January 5, 2006. GENERAL FOUNDATION OF THE UNIVERSITY OF VALLADOLID EMPLOYMENT SERVICES Valladolid, Spain. Castilla y León Region. University of Valladolid, General Foundation and Employment Services. CASTILLA Y LEON REGION. A.
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GENERAL FOUNDATION OF THE UNIVERSITY OF VALLADOLID
University of Valladolid, General Foundation
and Employment Services
Castilla y León Region is formed by 9 provinces and lies on the northern plateau of the Iberian Peninsula.
Surrounded by the Cantabrian, Iberian and Central mountain systems, and by the Portuguese border.
Its 94.193 square kilometres makes this region one of the largest in Europe, although its population is just over two and a half million inhabitants (2.504.000)
Valladolid is the capital of the region with a population of around 500.000 inhabitants in its province and over 400.000 inhabitants in the city
Number of companies in the region: 147.526
(5,4% OF PRIVATE COMPANIES IN SPAIN)
4,78% SMEs (from 10 to 249 employees)
95,22 % Micro- SMEs (from 0 to 9 employees)
TYPE OF LEGAL FORM USED:
67% are self-employed
21,4% Limited companies
4,5% Shared company
45,79% Service sector (property agents + restaurants = 56% of it)
30,32 % Commercial sector (food, drink and tobacco retailers)
15,13% Building sector
8,75% Industrial (manufacturing companies highlighting furniture and meat companies)
Agrofood Sector not included
The origins of the University of Valladolid date from the 13th Century. It achieved the honour of being declared one of the main three Universities of the Kingdom in the 16th Century
Main aim:“Linking the University and Society”
MAIN MISSION: “Help our students to successfully access the labour market”
- INCREASE THE EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES OF OUR STUDENTS AND GRADUATES AS EMPLOYEES
- TO PROMOTE THE ENTERPRENEUR SPIRIT AMONG OUR STUDENTS AND GRADUATES AND HELP THEM TO BECAME ENTERPRENEURS.
Average STAFF: 8 PERMANENT WORKERS 8 TEMPORARY WORKERS
1)Analysis of market needs
2) Student and Graduates follow up
3) Design and implementation of complementary training
4) Career guidance services
5) Manage of insertion devices (Grants, job placements)
Companies awareness about our services and orientation in the selection process.
CAREER GUIDANCE & ORIENTATION
DEVELOPMENT AND IMPLEMENTATION
ASSESSMENT & EVALUATION
WHY DO STUDENTS/RECENT GRADUATES NEED THIS HELP?
ARE STUDENTS/RECENT GRADUATES PREPARED FOR THE LABOUR MARKET?
SOMETIMES YES, IN MOST OF THE CASES THEY NEED A SUPPORT AND HELP
AROUND 800 STUDENTS/RECENT GRADUATES AWARDED IN 2005
480 STUDENTS/RECENT GRADUATES ATTENDED OUR EVENTS IN 2005
13 Current projects with regard to job insertion:
FARO II- LEONARDO- MOBILITY
FORTIUS- LEONARDO- PILOT
SECOND CHANCES- LEONARDO PILOT
CIVICUS- LEONARDO- REFERENCE
EFWE II- LEONARDO –SOCRATES- YOUTH
ORGANIC- LEONARDO -PILOT
EPI- SOCRATES MINERVA
EMPRENDIENDO SIN BARRERAS-EQUAL
CERTIFIED EU-PROJECT MANAGER- LEONARDO-PILOT
EQN- LEONARDO- NETWORK
EU-CERTIFIED EU INTERNAL AUDIT MANAGER- LEONARDO-PILOT