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Ponta Delgada ,  December 06, 2010

Ana Paula Marques praises Regional Monitoring Commission of Employment Measures

The Regional Secretary for Labour and Social Solidarity highlighted on Monday the importance of Regional Monitoring Commission of Employment Measures (CRAME) as well as of the Regional Employment Plan (PRE) as “strategic tools” for employability.
Ana Paula Marques spoke during the inauguration of that commission and the public presentation of the PRE in Ponta Delgada.
The CRAME integrates several regional directors, the Director of the Employment and Vocational Training Observatory, the Director of Employment Services as well as various individuals with acknowledged expertise in the university, human resource management and business fields. This entity was created with the purpose of carrying out a continuous and standardised monitoring of the labour market and the respective implications in order to timely evaluate the results and the implementation of employment policies, assessing the impact of measures and promoting joint actions between actors and decision makers.
The Regional Secretary for Labour and Social Solidarity also defended a positive feeling of hope in the current context and considered that “crises are always a time for opportunities,” thus urging the need to promote entrepreneurship.
Ana Paula Marques conveyed her satisfaction for the fact that the Azores were the first region in the country to introduce the PRE, which was praised by Community institutions, and stressed the importance of the document that aims to increase the labour force by attracting more human resources to the labour market and to qualify organisations by improving the professional skills of the working population in order to boost the competitiveness of the Azorean economy.
In context, the promotion of professional qualification is one a priority for the Azorean Government.
On the occasion, the Regional Director for Employment, Vocational Training and Consumer Defence explained that the PRE, with a funding of about 325 million Euros, will benefit nearly 150 thousand Azoreans from diverse social, professional and age levels over the next five years, comprising 115,000 workers, 8,000 unemployed, 7,000 inactive people and 20,000 youngsters and students.


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