Of the more than 132 thousand adults who since 2017 have enrolled in skills recognition and certification processes, less than half (57,500) have completed it and have seen their qualification levels increase in this way. And it is to try to increase the completion rates as well that the Government will create a financial incentive attributed to those who have advanced in the process and are in the final stage: € 548.
The amount is foreseen in the scope of the Qualifica Program, a kind of successor to Novas Oportunidades – the plan to increase the training and qualification of adults created in the government of José Sócrates -, and counts on the funds of the European ‘bazooka’. In all, the Recovery and Resilience Plan (PRR) presented by Portugal foresees € 55 million to be distributed to 100,000 adults enrolled in processes of recognition, validation and certification of skills (RVCC) by 2025. The support, called Acelerador Qualifica, will have a value “up to 1.25 IAS – Social Support Index, which in 2021 was equivalent to € 548 per adult”, reads in the document.
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