Industrial sectors are evolving rapidly, many different factors are driving change.
Change of the industry means change of jobs.
The evolution of jobs is linked with a parallel evolution of skills and competencies required.
Anticipating skills change is the key for future success of entire industrial sectors.
Collaboration between industry, VET and Training providers is the key for anticipation.
Skills intelligence & Strategies
Skills intelligence & Strategies
Human capital is the company’s greatest asset: this wealth must be managed well and developed because in an ever changing market, it is important to promote the growth of people in order to help them understand changes and grasp critical issues and opportunities.
Helping people grow helps the company grow: SPIN 360 offers innovative paths of analysis and development for projects related to education, training and improving people’s work satisfaction, based on the specific needs of companies and entire industrial sectors, depending on the historical moment and the characteristics of the people.
Examples of projects
Enhancing the modernisation and competitiveness of the EU Textile, Clothing, Leather, and Footwear (TCLF) sectors through the development of a sustainable upskilling and reskilling strategy. Skills as the most important assets of the sector.
We have identified the drivers of change and evolving occupations in the future for TCLF industries and the corresponding needed skills and trends for the TCLF sectors, based on the evolution of the industry.
Customers: EU Textile, Clothing, Leather and Footwear sectors
Part of the EU Sectoral Blueprint for the Automotive Sector, its goal is to establish an Automotive Sector Skills Alliance covering all levels of the value chain and to ensure that needs of industry are reflected by education and training.
We have analysed the importance and urgency of several automotive drivers of change and their impact on occupations and skills. We have contributed to the definition of a EU wide skills strategy for the automotive sector.
Customer: EU Automotive sector
The project aims at promoting the cooperation between all stakeholders in the battery and electromobility value chain to develop a blueprint for education and training.
Data analysis of the sector as a whole and its subsectors (stationary and industrial battery applications intelligence in mobile battery applications) with specific reference to Drivers of Change for the future of the battery sector.
Customer: EU Battery and electromobility sector
In My Shoes
Build capacities in Trade Unions, National Associations and other national stakeholders in order to provide them with the necessary competences and abilities for local implementation of a set of validated best practices.
Technological audits in industry and education providers. Mentor profile to implement good systems for transferring practical skills. Elaboration of structured apprenticeships guidelines.
Customers: EU Footwear sector
Print your future
The project aims at attracting a new skilled workforce for quality jobs in the European printing industry by specifically focusing on four countries: Estonia, Germany, The Netherlands and Portugal.
- Survey and desk research to investigate the attractiveness of the sector in terms of recruitment and employment.
- Elaboration of a “Best Practice Toolkit” to support stakeholders to attract, find and retain young workers.
Customers: EU Printing sector
Turn the Page
The aim of the project is to develop an overall strategy for the pulp and paper sector to enable to attract and retain young people at all educations levels and to enhance and boost their perceptions of the sector.
Results Achieved: Initial phases of the project
Customers: EU Pulp and paper sector
Examples of customers