1 CENTRO DE PROMOCIÓN N DE EMPLEO Y PRÁCTICAS DE EMPRESA (CAREERS SERVICE)
2 GRANADA City and metropolitan area: 500,000 inhabitants Three main development engines (City Council, local Banking and University) University: nearly 60,000 students (6,000 graduates/year)
3 STRUCTURE OF THE CENTRE AREAS INTERNSHIPS Students Graduates ERASMUS Internships OCCUPATIONAL GUIDANCE. Unidad de Orientación Profesional (Occupational Guidance Unit). Univertecna (female students from technical degrees). Access to civil service and job opportunities abroad EMPLOYMENT Employment Agency BUSINESS GUIDANCE Junior Enterprises Self-employment EUROPEAN PROJECTS Leonardo EURES Coimbra G.( KOINE) STUDENTS GRADUATE STUDENDTS GRADUATE NON-STUDENTS
4 Internships Academic internship: (necessary to obtain the degree) Non-salaried Tasks and conditions determined by the University Professional training: (optional and with the possibility of academic recognition) Managed by us Salaried by host entity Tasks and conditions negotiated between entity and UGR
5 Professional Training Non Graduates: External Program: Funded by host company. Non Profit Entities: jointly financed (50/50) between host entity and the Andalusian Government (NGOs, and specials ). Internal training: At Centres, Departments and Services of the UGR, jointly paid by these bodies and us. Graduates: Professional Experiences for Employment: Training for graduates penalized by the labour market. Financed between Andalusian Government and host entities. Leonardo, ERASMUS and bilateral agreements.
6 Students doing work experience in the academic year 06/07 External Program: 1,279 Non profit entities: 574 Internal Program: 106 Professional experiences for employment: 90 Leonardo and bilateral agreements: 294 Total amount: 2,343 work experience placements.
7 Junior Enterprises They are non-profit student associations. They are a testing laboratory for occupational openings. They are a testing laboratory for business start-ups. Students play the leading roles. They work under contract with third parties through training agreements.
8 Junior Enterprises/Degrees Environmental Science Architecture Fine Art Physical Activity and Sport Science Librarianship and Documentation Electronic Engineering Translation and Interpreting Political Science and Sociology Food Science and Technology Psychology Philosophy
9 Junior Enterprises/Results 12 Junior Enterprises set up 12 Degrees involved 4 enterprises set up 97 students/partners work experience placements
10 Occupational Guidance 1,410 users seen individually (2,323 hours) 271 users in workshops. 65 workshops
11 Occupational Guidance Workshop groups: - Professional subjects and job search - Professional competences - How to be a civil servant
12 Telecounselling Guidance for students and graduates unable to get to our Centre by reason of: -Lack of time, -Illness, -Being displaced for training, internships or mobility programs. 664 Users registered in the first 6 months.
13 Employment Agency We are licensed for labour mediation since 1996 Non profit entity/organization The first employment agency in a Spanish University
14 Services of Employment Agency To the companies Jobs analysis Candidats recruitment Pre-selection of candidates Counselling on social and labour affairs To the candidates Job information offers Matching cvs and job offers Counselling on professional careers Monitoring and tutoring
15 Employment Agency 2007 Statistics 8,438 Candidates: 1,381 Job offers: 5,253 Women 3,185 Men Granada Spain and Europe
16 Additional activities International Job Fair (in collaboration with EURES European Employment Services): 14,284 visitors and 947 contracts. (feriainternacionaldelempleo.com) FERIAVIVA (virtual job fair). (feriaviva.com)
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