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Trainees can be accommodated in CFAs or their training organization

Elisabeth Borne has been the Minister of Labor since the beginning of July. – JC Tardivon / SIPA

In addition to operators of the public employment service, such as Pôle Emploi, which remain open during confinement, training organizations and apprentice training centers (CFA) will be able to continue to welcome trainees “in strict compliance with health instructions “Said the Ministry of Labor on Friday. “Faced with the new health restriction measures essential in the fight against the Covid-19 epidemic, the integration into the labor market of young people and people excluded from employment remains a priority”, underlines the ministry in a report. communicated.

In addition to Pôle emploi which announced on Thursday that its agencies would remain open, “Apec (Association for the employment of executives), local missions, Cap emploi, operators of professional development advice (CEP), as well as the ‘Afpa (National Agency for Adult Vocational Training) continue to ensure the continuity of the public service during confinement and will welcome the public in strict compliance with health measures, ”said the ministry.

The face-to-face reception must be justified

“Training organizations and CFAs can also continue to welcome trainees for the purposes of vocational training when it cannot be carried out remotely,” the statement continued. The face-to-face reception may in particular “be justified by the nature of the activity (for example training in a professional gesture and / or requiring the use of a technical platform) or the public welcomed” such as the people involved. at the risk of a “digital divide”, continues the ministry.

Quoted in the press release, the Minister of Labor Elisabeth Borne, indicates to have “asked all the actors of the public service of employment and training to remain mobilized” and assures that the government intends to ensure that “nobody stay on the side of the road ”. From his speech Wednesday evening, announcing a new one-month confinement in France to deal with the second wave of Covid-19, Emmanuel Macron had specified that “the counters of public services would remain open”.


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