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The programme, involving about 400 students in 4 regions, is aimed at training and orientation

Once again this year, the Acea Group has launched its project for school-work alternation, now called Soft Skills and Orientation Courses (Percorsi per le competenze trasversali e l’orientamento, PCTO).
The new format - “GenerAzione 2030” - is dedicated to training and orientation of young people towards the labour market. The project, now in its sixth edition, is the result of a collaboration with the ELIS Consortium, in continuity with the previous programmes, “GenerAzione Digitale” and “GenerAzione Connessa”, and involves around 400 students from technical colleges and high schools in 4 regions (Lazio, Tuscany, Umbria, Campania).

The project gives students the opportunity to get to know our company and business, as well as the Group’s companies operating in the territory. The students, divided into teams and led by Acea company experts, are expected to work on and find their own solution to a project work defined by each company of the Group. The Lab will allow students to address real challenges and issues, and will conclude with the presentation of innovative and sustainable ideas, among which the most effective will be selected.
As of this year, a specific module, “Acea orienta”, will also be available to last year students to promote a debate between the Group’s HR experts and the students, aimed at delving into the skills of the professional profiles most in demand in the market, building their CV and dealing more consciously with recruitment interviews.

The “GenerAzione 2030” project is an important occasion for Acea to strengthen its commitment to social issues and offer its contribution to the training of students who, through an effective learning experience, will have the opportunity to gain new skills and the necessary know-how to orientate themselves and enter the world of work.


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