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Skills Alliance in the Winner Region – collective goals

The economy and employment in the Schwarzwald-Baar-Heuberg region are in good shape.  In order to maintain this in the face of demographic change, we must promote and utilize the potential offered by skilled personnel in various different professions.

To this end, a joint agreement with five activities was signed by representatives from Wirtschaftsförderung Schwarzwald-Baar-Heuberg, the Employment Agency, employers’ associations, chambers of commerce, trade unions and educational establishments within the region.

The Department of Economy, Labour and Housing supports individual activities.

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Contact

Cornelia Lüth
Head of Department Securing Skilled Staff
Wirtschaftsförderung Schwarzwald-Baar-Heuberg
lueth@wifoeg-sbh.de
Tel.: +49 (0) 7720-660 4404

Click here for press statement (German)

Agreement, Skills Alliance in the Winner Region (German)

Annual report 2016, Skills Alliance in the Winner Region (German)

Partners, Skills Alliance in the Winner Region

Activities in the various areas of interest

“More women in employment”

A working party was set up in the middle of 2014 for “More women in employment”.  The working party’s members include businesswomen and representatives from the Skills Alliance in the Winner Region as well as other institutions and communities, and aim to create projects to this end.

Ute Villing, Organizer of the Women’s Economic Forum, leads this working party.

Click here for more information

“Promote the employment of older workers”

This working party is focussing initially on “Personnel development 50+”, and has the task of creating measures such as workshops, publicity campaigns or on site consultations.

It is led by the Schwarzwald-Baar-Heuberg Chamber of Industry and Commerce.

Click here for more information

“Recruiting skilled personnel from abroad”:
The “Spanish trainees for skilled trades” project

In 2014, this project placed job seeking Spaniards between 18 and 35 in training and employment as plumbing and heating mechanics with skilled trade businesses in the region.

Click here for more information

The “Spanish skilled workers for trade businesses” project

In 2013, trained and experienced job seekers from Spain were recruited for local trade businesses desperately searching for skilled personnel.

Click here for more information

The “Spanish Engineers” project

In 2012, job seeking engineers from Spain were recruited for the Schwarzwald-Baar-Heuberg Winner Region. This was the beginning of the “Skills Alliance in the Winner Region”.

The project was sponsored by the Baden-Württemberg Department of Economy and Finance.

Click here for more information

Skills Alliance in the Winner Region – collective goals

The economy and employment in the Schwarzwald-Baar-Heuberg region are in good shape.  In order to maintain this in the face of demographic change, we must promote and utilize the potential offered by skilled personnel in various different professions.

To this end, a joint agreement with five activities was signed by representatives from Wirtschaftsförderung Schwarzwald-Baar-Heuberg, the Employment Agency, employers’ associations, chambers of commerce, trade unions and educational establishments within the region.

The Department of Economy, Labour and Housing supports individual activities.

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Contact

Cornelia Lüth
Head of Department Securing Skilled Staff
Wirtschaftsförderung Schwarzwald-Baar-Heuberg
lueth@wifoeg-sbh.de
Tel.: +49 (0) 7720-660 4404

Click here for press statement (German)

Agreement, Skills Alliance in the Winner Region (German)

Annual report 2016, Skills Alliance in the Winner Region (German)

Partners, Skills Alliance in the Winner Region

Activities in the various areas of interest

“More women in employment”

A working party was set up in the middle of 2014 for “More women in employment”.  The working party’s members include businesswomen and representatives from the Skills Alliance in the Winner Region as well as other institutions and communities, and aim to create projects to this end.

Ute Villing, Organizer of the Women’s Economic Forum, leads this working party.

Click here for more information

“Promote the employment of older workers”

This working party is focussing initially on “Personnel development 50+”, and has the task of creating measures such as workshops, publicity campaigns or on site consultations.

It is led by the Schwarzwald-Baar-Heuberg Chamber of Industry and Commerce.

Click here for more information

“Recruiting skilled personnel from abroad”:
The “Spanish trainees for skilled trades” project

In 2014, this project placed job seeking Spaniards between 18 and 35 in training and employment as plumbing and heating mechanics with skilled trade businesses in the region.

Click here for more information

The “Spanish skilled workers for trade businesses” project

In 2013, trained and experienced job seekers from Spain were recruited for local trade businesses desperately searching for skilled personnel.

Click here for more information

The “Spanish Engineers” project

In 2012, job seeking engineers from Spain were recruited for the Schwarzwald-Baar-Heuberg Winner Region. This was the beginning of the “Skills Alliance in the Winner Region”.

The project was sponsored by the Baden-Württemberg Department of Economy and Finance.

Click here for more information