Alzira City Council is partner of the European network Pact for Skills​


We are delighted to announce that the City Council of Alzira has signed up, in October 2022, to the Pact for Skills, a flagship initiative of the European Skills Agenda. This pact is aimed at supporting public and private organizations in upskilling and reskilling to thrive through the green and digital transitions.

As members of the Pact, we have access to valuable insights into the upskilling and reskilling needs of our region, advice on relevant funding instruments, and partnership opportunities within the growing community. The Pact is open to a wide range of organizations, including national, regional, and local authorities, companies, social partners, cross-industry and sectoral organizations, chambers of commerce, education and training providers, and employment services.

All members of the Pact are committed to promoting a culture of lifelong learning for all, building strong skill partnerships, monitoring skill supply/demand and anticipating skill needs, and working against discrimination and for gender equality and equal opportunities.

The Pact for Skills offers three dedicated services: the Networking Hub, the Knowledge Hub, and the Guidance Hub. The Networking Hub enables members to find partners and relevant EU tools, the Knowledge Hub organizes webinars, seminars, and peer learning activities for members, and provides updates on EU policies and instruments, information on projects, tools, and best practices, and the Guidance Hub provides information about EU and national funding opportunities and guidance for partnering with national and regional authorities.

As a member of the Pact for Skills, the City Council of Alzira is committed to supporting the upskilling and reskilling of our community, promoting a culture of lifelong learning, and contributing to a sustainable and prosperous fut

Our commitments

• Offer basic training to new entrepreneurs so that, when they start their business, they have some basic notions.
• Offer training to all groups of society, especially those most disadvantaged in accessing the labour market: under 30 years old, over 55 years old, immigrants and any unemployment person.
• Promote, design and develop measures and actions to improve the employability of unemployed people, achieving the intermediation between the person and the company so that the person can find a job.
• Facilitate the acquisition, fixation, evolution and improvement of different skills, knowledge and soft skills favourable to social and labour insertion acquired by people with evident social deficiencies.

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