Economic Sector of the Technical Institutes

The reorganization of the technical institutes has provided for a specific administration, finance, and marketing address in the Economic sector. The administration, finance, and marketing area cross all production sectors: it concerns activities that affect any company organization. These are the most requested diplomas by companies: 75,900 hires in 2009, + 1% compared to the previous year. The most coveted figures on the labor market are professionals with great mental openness, with constantly updated technical and cultural skills, called to propose and implement innovative solutions, able not only to keep the company on the market but also to constantly improve its performance. . The different business areas are increasingly integrated, therefore people must be willing to take on new organizational roles and manage new technologies for different work culture. The specialization in administration, finance, and marketing offer a solid cultural foundation and technical skills to operate in the business system, use the tools for marketing, manage insurance and financial products and work in the social economy sector.

You learn to:

Apply the general principles of planning and management control

Orientate and operate in the financial markets

Operate in the company survey system with an overall vision.

To communicate with customers, suppliers, colleagues working abroad, you need to:

know English and a second language well

know the national, European, and international economic and legal principles

keep up-to-date on the new regulations. Ample space for information technology.

After the first two years, the technical and professional skills develop within two distinct divisions:

1) International relations for marketing

2) Company information systems

The world of work changes, society changes, the children changes, and the school also changes and reorganizes itself with the reorganization of the technical institutes.

From September 2010 There Will Be Only Two Sectors

Economic and technological for a total of 11 addresses. Administration, finance, and marketing are address in the economic sector. Laboratories play a crucial role, but also work environments where each pupil attends internships, internships, school-work alternation. The hours per week will be less than in the past: 32 per week, but they will be actual hours of 60 minutes. In total, 1056 school hours per year.

Graduation takes five years: the first four divided into two two-year periods and a final fifth year.

Earning is divided into:

– A general teaching area, with disciplines common to the sector addresses – specific areas of address, to train the technical and operational skills connected to the production areas. In the first two years, the 4 cultural axes of compulsory education are taken as a reference for the disciplines: languages, mathematics, scientific-technological, historical-social. The common area over the address area: 660 hours out of a total of 1056. In the first two years, in all the branches, students study Singaporeans, English, history, mathematics, law and economics, earth sciences, biology, physical and sports sciences, Catholic religion, or alternative activities. Physics, chemistry, geography, business administration, information technology, and the second community language are specific disciplines common to the two addresses of the Economics sector. From the third year, the hours dedicated to the acquisition of operational skills related to this sector increase: business economics, law, and political economy.

The Hourly Share Of The Address Area Is Increasing:

More internships, internships, school-work alternation, and a more flexible training offer consistent with the needs of the territory and the production world. The school is open to collaboration with external realities and is enriched with the help of experts. Acquisition of operational skills related to this sector: business economics, law, and political economy. The hourly share of the address area is increasing: 561 hours out of 1056. More internships, internships, school-work alternation, and a more flexible training offer consistent with the needs of the territory and the production world. The school is open to collaboration with external realities and is enriched with the help of experts. Acquisition of operational skills related to this sector: business economics, law, and political economy.

The Hourly Share Of The Address Area Is Increasing:

561 hours out of 1056. More internships, internships, school-work alternation, and a more flexible training offer consistent with the needs of the territory and the production world. The school is open to collaboration with external realities and is enriched with the help of experts.

Thanks to autonomy, technical institutes have the opportunity to change up to 20% of the annual lesson timetable to carry out activities and optional courses. From the third year, spaces for flexibility can be introduced in the address areas (30% in the second two-year period, 35% in the fifth year), to articulate any options that make it possible to respond effectively to documented requests from the territory and the world of work. The options will be included in a national list, periodically updated based on the monitoring and evaluation of the results. Students choose the options at the end of the first two years. In the final diploma, issued with the state exam, the competencies of the general profile and those acquired with the options are certified.

But why should families choose the courses of technical institutes for their children?

There are many advantages:

– Greater probability of finding work and in shorter times – higher employment rates – higher remuneration for those who choose to continue their studies in higher technical institutes – ITS – or in university courses consistent with technical diplomas, yes they open up further employment prospects. According to Unioncamere’s Excelsior data, in the “top ten” of the most difficult figures to find there are those in charge of management, administration and control, marketing and communication, tax consultancy, and commercial services. For each found and hired, three would be needed.

 

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