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The Ministry of Education presents a study on vocational training along with the Bankia Foundation for Dual Training and the University of Valencia

Through this report we seek to carry out future planning on the development of dual training, since all the groups involved in this educational field have been involved.

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By  Communication Bankia

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08 April 2019 - 13:00

  • The study is entitled: "Vocational Training in the Community of Valencia, situation and guidelines: territorial vision"
  • The study is proposed as a fundamental process for future planning, since it has information on all the groups involved in vocational training
  • The authors of the report have consulted with schools, public administration, companies, experts and trade unions.

The Bankia Foundation for Dual Training, the Regional Government of Valencia and the University of Valencia have published a study today entitled "Vocational Training in the Comunidad de Valencia, situation and guidelines: territorial vision", in which they analyse the state of vocational training in the community.

The study has been prepared by the University of Valencia in collaboration with the universities of Alicante and Jaume I of Castellón, who have consulted schools, expert panels, trade unions, managers of vocational training programs, entrepreneurs and public administration to offer a global picture of Vocational Training in the Comunidad de Valencia.

The study is proposed as a fundamental process for future planning, since it has information on all the groups involved in the vocational training system.

In general terms, the text deals with the wide range of training alternatives, which makes it possible to train workers for virtually every job required in any industry.

The professional training fields with the highest number of students are the basic level of Administration and Management, Information Technology and Communications, and Electricity and Electronics. Regarding mid-level fields, Health, Administration and Management and Information Technology stand out. As for the higher level, the fields with the highest demand are Sociocultural and Community Services, Administration and Management, and Health.

Most of the centres that provide basic vocational training are public, while private mid- and high-level schools have a greater presence.

The distribution of centres and students is generally conditioned by population numbers; less populated areas have a more limited offer. In these areas, students can only train in the fields provided in their area. The study raises the possibility of generating solutions so that all students can take Vocational Training courses in any field they want in order to meet the demands of all industries. As an example, the study highlights that, in areas with a long tradition of agriculture, handicrafts or fishing, a special approach would be needed to facilitate the student's stay in the territory and the continuity of their work activity.

Dualiza Bankia, Bankia’s dual training initiative

Dualiza Bankia is the brand through which the Bankia Foundation for Dual Training carries out all of its promotion and prestige activities regarding vocational training and dual vocational training, keeping in mind that it improves the employability of students and the competitiveness of companies. And it represents the commitment acquired by Bankia to the promotion of education as a way to improve society, combat inequality and promote greater social cohesion.


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