TIM reports that the ANPAL (the Italian National Agency for Active Labour Policies) has approved the ‘NexTIM’ project for 2021 under the scope of the Fondo Nuove Competenze (New Skills Fund). TIM has always invested heavily in training as a form of leverage for updating professionalism and enriching the skills available on the employment market.
Now that the digital transformation has begun, TIM will be once again leveraging quality training to spread knowledge and use of new technologies. The aim is also to facilitate the development of solutions and services to be made available to citizens at school, at work, in the world of business, in entertainment and in relations between people and the Public Administration.
The project, which is structured into 100 different training courses, is set to launch this coming 10 December.
Luciano Sale, TIM’s Human Resources Manager, commented: “This initiative has been made possible thanks to the intervention of the innovative Fondo Nuove Competenze, which invests in the human capital of Italian businesses. Through a consolidated model of industrial relations, ever hinged on assisting the transformation of work, coupled with an extremely rapid approval procedure by the institutions, we are able to provide an immediate, concrete response to our people in respect of the central role played by training”.
Rome, 7 December 2020