90% of the Latin American business network consists of microenterprises and almost 60% of the training competence of its employees lays in the basic or middle education levels, hence the great need to train, qualify and update the training of all different level human resources of companies, in order to achieve greater productivity and competitiveness.
This represents a radical change in the mindset of the public sector, as well as of workers and entrepreneurs of medium and small Latin American companies. It is also an opportunity for jobs and companies to emerge from the informal economy, which grips the growth of many economic sectors of the Ibero-American countries. Thus, training is one of the fundamental drivers for the promotion of social inclusion and the improvement of productivity, allowing the acquisition of skills and abilities that respond to the current needs of a changing and accelerated labor market.
Virtual training (e-learning), with its flexibility, low cost and great accessibility, becomes a key tool to adapt workers and entrepreneurs to the current challenges of training, increase their resilience and the employability in the region. This model can also contribute to expanding the coverage and specialization of higher education and postgraduate education, since 60% of university students come from households whose income does not exceed two minimum monthly salaries. Similarly, e-learning can boost the improvement of educational infrastructures and inclusion models, since it offers guarantees to workers and students with disabilities and, above all, can reduce the gap between rural and urban environments, especially in areas affected by conflicts.
ICP Consulting works with the best Spanish experts to promote inclusion and professional training in the region by means of the development of a blended and personalized E-learning training offer. The Integral Training System (SIF), through of a work methodology and its own software with open Moodle platform, not only encourages the specialization and continuous training, but also adapts to the needs of potential users who combine working and studying.
The final objective of the SIF is the employability of people who have objective difficulties of access to labor markets or need to update their professional knowledge, providing them with tools to be able to perform a dignified and stable job and to improve their employment or professional situation.