Alternance : les banques françaises renforcent leur mobilisation !



Les banques françaises souhaitent contribuer à la mobilisation en faveur de l'alternance et vont poursuivre leurs efforts dans ce domaine sur le long terme.

La profession bancaire est l'un des premiers recruteurs privés en France avec près de 30 000 recrutements par an, en particulier de jeunes (- de 30 ans) qui représentent les 2/3 des embauches. Les entreprises bancaires se sont déjà engagées résolument dans la voie de l'alternance (8 300 alternants actuellement). Elles considèrent que ce mode de formation est particulièrement adapté pour les métiers bancaires et elles en ont fait une modalité privilégiée de recrutement. Elles poursuivront en 2011 leur politique active en matière d'alternance (contrats d'apprentissage et contrats de professionnalisation).
La profession bancaire accentuera ses efforts dans deux directions complémentaires :
- La montée en niveau des diplômes préparés : de Bac +2 à Bac +5 pour que les formations en alternance couvrent l'ensemble du spectre des métiers de la banque.
- L'accès des jeunes peu qualifiés aux métiers de la banque grâce au développement des opérations expérimentales déjà menées depuis quelques années dans le cadre de conventions intervenues entre l'AFPA et le Centre de formation de la profession bancaire.
Plus d'infos sur www.fbf.fr
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VYCnhkgXfX 17 mai 2012 02:42 #1
I am applying to the Master's in soical Work program because my goal is to improve the lives and enhance the well being of individuals who are often discriminated, disadvantaged, and poor. I want to help others maximize their potential and steer their lives in a positive direction. I am particularly concerned about helping change the lives of our most vulnerable individuals, troubled and neglected youth. Therefore, I want to become a soical worker to make a positive difference in their lives and empower these individuals to help them function more effectively with their problems.I am a thirty four year old woman who struggled and overcame being homeless. When I was homeless, having an advocate and an mentor helped me connect with employment services. But first I needed someone to meet me where I was and treat me with dignity.I had a mentor that taught and guided me with in my life. The impact that she had on my life inspired me to want to help others. I want to use the knowledge and understanding I have gained to assist people in changing their lives. I believe education is the key to being able to do that. Specifically, a Master's degree in Social Work would put me in the greatest position for achieving my goal. A soical worker on Skid Row in Los Angeles started me on a path toward healing my own life. She provided me with constant support and a sense of hope. Six months later, I found a job as a youth counselor at H.V. Group Home, a residential treatment facility, working with incarcerated youth who were mostly minorities. I am deeply concerned by the high incarceration rates in our society, specifically the way youth lead the way in going to jail, rather than being productive individuals in society. It is my sincere hope to contribute on how to best counsel and care for at risk youth. My research interest focuses on juveniles, especially those at risk spending their young adulthood behind bars.In my job as a youth counselor, my primary work responsibility was to serve as a positive role model for adolescents aged twelve to eighteen. The residents encountered issues such as physical and sexual abuse and homelessness. Some of them had problems with drug and alcohol abuse, depression, and juvenile justice system. At times my job was extremely stressful. But I discovered that I had the ability to connect with the adolescents and develop strong emotional ties with them. I focused on several areas of treatment including their soical skills, coping skills, and independent living skills. My main goal was to help them build their self-esteem and improve their sense of security.The adolescents could become physically assaultive and self-harm themselves. It was during these critical situations that I would experience problems in knowing what to the best clinical approach was to use when a child was self-harming. I would like to have better tolls to help these kids when they are in crises and know whether the interventions work. I hope that with the aid of the Master's degree in Social Work I can achieve that. I want to be able to help them in their time of crises and teach them the necessary skills the kids will need to transition into a more independent way of living. These youth need all the attention we can give them in order to prevent recidivism, especially African Americans and Hispanic males, who tend to continually come back into the system. If your program were to grant me the privilege of studying in your program, I would like to research the recidivism rates of African American and Hispanic juveniles and young adults. I hope to contribute to our understanding of how we can improve the quality of lives of these individuals.In my life, I have set my own guiding principles. Although I can talk about my biggest principles. Inspiration can come in a multitude of forms, but mine comes in the form of service. As a career, I want to be a soical worker, helping the poor, the hurt, and those whose lives have dealt them a bad hand. To me, gratitude would be enough to keep me going. I have always lived by the motto do unto others as you would have done to you?, and feel that the best way to do this is by furthering the ideal of soical justice in the way I live and work. Social justice, as I see it, is the value system that recognizes the inherent worth and dignity of every human being and the right of everyone to be treated fairly and with respect. I believe that every individual is worthy of dignity and respect and each individual has the ability to become self-sufficient and able to make the best possible decisions for themselves. When we as a society try to see the world through the eyes of the less fortunate, we can empathize with and understand one another instead of focusing on our differences. Only when each and every individual of a community is afforded the same level of dignity and respect can a society truly be called civilized. Those who cannot demand soical justice for themselves must
lucie 10 janvier 2012 19:28 #2
bonjours je m appelle lucie est je veux faire coiffure j ai 13 ans je suis en 5 eme et je veux aller dans une ecole de coiffure mercie au revoir