France Strategy and DARES recently published their Les Métiers en 2030 report, which aims to anticipate employer recruitment needs between 2019 and 2030. In parallel, the France 2030 plan presented by the President of the Republic in October 2021 aims to make France an independent, innovative nation with strong growth and many jobs. To achieve this, it is necessary to invest in talent and training and to provide France with a 10-year strategy that forecasts skill needs in the sectors of the future.
Against this background, the first crafts and trades conference this Wednesday, March 16, 2022, will bring together experts, social partners, companies, stakeholders in vocational training and employment. The first Ministerial Steering Committee of France 2030 “Education and Training”, held on this occasion, must define the implementation strategies by priority sectors (energy, digital, education, etc.). Ministers will also carry out a review of projects selected under the Call for Expressions of Interest (AMI) ‘Skills and Jobs of the Future’.
Amphitheater Pierre Laroque, 14, Avenue Duquesne – 75007 Paris
- 2pm: Introduction to the conference by Jean-Michel Blanquer, Élisabeth Borne and Frédérique Vidal
- 2:15 p.m.: First round table “Jobs 2030”with :
- Jean-Christophe Sciberras, Chair of the Orientation Committee “Jobs 2030”
- Dorian Roucher, Associate Director at Dares – Co-pilot of the Jobs in 2030 exercise.
- Cécile Jolly, project manager at France Stratégie – co-pilot of the “Jobs in 2030” exercise.
- Christine Erhel, Professor at the National Conservatory of Arts and Crafts (Cnam), Chair of Labor Economics and Employment, Director of the Center for Employment and Labor
- 3:00 p.m.: Second round table “Bringing training closer to the company: The competence-based approach”with :
- Édouard Geffray, Director General for School Education
- Anne-Sophie Barthez, Director General for Higher Education and Professional Integration
- François Bonneau, President of the Centre-Val de Loire Region, Vice-President of the Commission for Education, Guidance, Training and Employment of the Regions of France
- Frédérick Paquet, operational director of the Normand Energy Campus of Excellence (CEINE)
- Alban Verbecke, EDF Normandy Regional Delegate and President of the Normandy Energy Sector
- 3:50 p.m.: Third round table “Be prepared for tomorrow’s transitions”with :
- Bruno Lucas, General Delegate for Employment and Vocational Training
- Stephane Lardy, Managing Director France Skills
- Florent Framery, Regional Delegate for Professional Retraining Assistance
- Yves Portelli, Managing Director of OPCO Atlas
- Myriam Hofer, Head of Training at SQUAD
- 4:30 p.m.: Fourth Roundtable “Building a GPEC of the Nation”with :
- Michel Beaugas, Federal Secretary for FO Employment
- Maxime Dumont, ACNI Future Career Negotiator for the CFTC
- Eric Chevee, CPME Vice-President in charge of social affairs
- Eric Freyburger, CFE-CGC National Confederal Delegate
- Marylise Leon, CFDT Deputy Secretary General
- Laurent Munerot, Vice President of U2P
- Patrick Martin, Vice President of MEDEF
- A representative of the CGT
- 5:15 p.m.: Conclusion of the ministers