Fondimpresa, like all interprofessional funds, does not organise training courses but promotes them and redistributes the resources dedicated to companies, by law, to training. These resources include the withholding of 0.3% of the payroll of every worker in the private sector, public companies and those managing public services.
If a company does not adhere to an interprofessional fund for continuing education, these resources are managed by the public system and the company is unable to intervene concerning their management.
By joining Fondimpresa each company has 70% of contributions available, through the Education Account, and can participate in allocations of resources from the remaining 26% of the same contribution (4% is used to cover the costs of activities and management of the fund).
All these things are possible trough the System Account and the Training Account. Fondimpresa offers two opportunities for management of economic resources dedicated to training.
The System Account is a collective account that is used for the notices which all companies can compete for individually or in consortium. These notices are designed for the needs of companies and are general or specific. Each notice has two different deadlines for the submission of plans to allow companies the opportunity to plan the design of training activities.
The Training Account distinguishes Fondimpresa from other interprofessional funds. It is an individual account for each participating organisation. The financial resources that are allocated to the "learning account" are at the complete disposal of the company owner. Only the company can use them for training their employees in the manner it deems most appropriate.
Of course interprofessional funds also finance training! We can help you recover training costs by submitting loan application financing in order to train your staff through E – Learning training.