This document intends to show that this has been possible for a long time. The novelty is that one can get any number of distractions while pursuing their higher education through means of distance learning according to their experience, acquired skills and the business training that has been received.
Where Attila passes the grass does not push back more'. This term refers to a Roman king Attila the Hun, who was popularly named as 'the Scourge of God' in the fifth century. His name is spelled with two t and a single l. However, there is also an Atilla (with one t and two l) who does not burn the grass, but to speak like Mao, who grows thousands of flowers.
Atilla here is an acronym that means 'Alliantie voor individuele talentontwikkeling via leerladders' (alliance for talent development through individual learning scales). This is a pilot project around the graduation on the workplace and an initiative of the association Cocom. Cocom means 'Competentiecentrum Ode aan de Mens' (Competence Center Ode to Man).
The association was founded on November 30th, 2006 by some former entrepreneurs who wanted to contribute an emerging new social cohesion, where man occupies a central place. Based on research in socio-economic and implementations of methods based on practice in pilot companies, Cocom wants to contribute to developing a business model co-creative.
"The revaluation of human identity emotional, social and intellectual, that is our vision," as explained by the founding father of Cocom, Lucien De Vetter. Lucien De Vetter has crossed half the world for textile companies and Jan Cottenie, has held a leadership position at Kraft. "We want to achieve our goals through the social economy, in terms of the company. We know we've also defended tooth and nail the maximization of profits. But we've come to realize that hunting benefits must be reduced to normal proportions and that employees must find warmth that allows them to flourish."
Based on research in socio-economic and implementations of methods based on practice in corporate pilot Cocom wants to contribute to developing a business model co-creative.
Tags: Cocom, distance education, higher education, Lucien De Vetter, Jan Cottenie
[...] We would like to give people the chance to learn something, even if they go after work elsewhere. "The problem is again put on the table, even if nobody cares about it openly at Carrefour.” there is a risk that the employee may leave after graduating repeatedly said the Director HR Demez. "It's possible but it's a risk that we take. If a person can flourish, including outside of our company, thanks to the experience and training that we have offered, it is also good for our image. [...]
[...] The mutations are not possible because one cannot do the work of another. It's a shame they could have been formed. " Distance Learning Katho, a Catholic high school that has operations in the South West Flanders in Kortrijk, Roeselare, Tielt and Tor hout awards diplomas responsible for the quality of training. Johan De Langhe, Head of Commercial Sciences and Business Administration (Hantal), joined Atilla. hear so often," he sighs, "if I had known, I would not have stopped my studies. [...]
[...] We believe this is a good way to have a creative attitude vis-a-vis the people. " Companies are aware that employees can seek new horizons after graduating. "But that does not prevent them from sleeping," he said. "In all cases, they have the honor and pleasure to have done a good job in terms of social responsibility. In fact people look for work once they have graduated. Rather, we believe in loyalty. Any employee found pleasing his boss gives him the opportunity to continue his studies. [...]
[...] "The link to practice. Of course, we cannot study for the student but we can help. We place the handles which they can cling. "Jean-Marc Molon adds:" In addition, students can mentor each other. Within the group, everyone has their qualities. One could be very experienced, while the other less. Young people play with the computer, the older sometimes have trouble with computers. But they can help each other. Everyone must use the strengths of others. Gift Luke Demez, General Manager HR, Carrefour's commitment in this project is also linked to the fact that the company must fulfill a social role as a major employer in this country. [...]
[...] Implementation of decrees seemed overdue; a remarkable working relationship was established. In addition to Cocom, the CPAS, the high school Katho, La Poste, Carrefour and McDonald's were at the head of the pilot. In summary, employers of companies could graduate from high school Katho through this system, while continuing to work. The novelty was that the school took account of internal training and skills acquired previously to determine what the person in question has yet to study for a degree or later a Bachelor's or Masters. [...]
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