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Apprenticeship training in Italy - a cost-effective model for firms? / Samuel Muehlemann, Stefan C. Wolter and Eva Joho
VerfasserMühlemann, Samuel In der Gemeinsamen Normdatei der DNB nachschlagen ; Wolter, Stefan C. In der Gemeinsamen Normdatei der DNB nachschlagen ; Joho, Eva In der Gemeinsamen Normdatei der DNB nachschlagen
ErschienenGütersloh : Bertelsmann-Stiftung, November 2018 ; © November 2018
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SchlagwörterItalien In Wikipedia suchen nach Italien / Berufsausbildung In Wikipedia suchen nach Berufsausbildung / Auszubildender In Wikipedia suchen nach Auszubildender / Austausch In Wikipedia suchen nach Austausch
URNurn:nbn:de:hbz:6:2-111918 Persistent Identifier (URN)
DOI10.11586/2018043 
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What are the costs and benefits of dual apprenticeship training for companies in Italy? The study looks at five sectors of the Italian economy and ten different professions. To increase the popularity of the apprenticeship type of training, it is important to provide reliable information to firms about circumstances in which apprenticeship models are a potential win-win-win situation. These circumstances not only create benefits for individuals and the state, but also for the training firms. To address these challenges and ensure that policymaking is evidence-based, Prof. Dr. Samuel Mühlemann, Prof. Dr. Stefan C. Wolter and Eva Joho explore alternative apprenticeship models in Italy. The report Apprenticeship in Italy - A cost-effective model for firms? analyses what the benefit would be if a Swiss apprenticeship model was adopted by companies in Italy. This model makes the transition from school to the labour market smoother, Switzerland outperforms most EU countries in several skills-related indicators. Variations of the model were tested to find conditions firms in Italy would need to establish to obtain net benefits from apprenticeships. The purpose of such an ex ante simulation is to provide economic arguments for apprenticeships, and to trigger a nuanced discussion about introducing them.

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