Professional training is a major tool available to all active people: employees, self-employed, company directors or job seekers. It allows people to train throughout their professional career, to develop their skills, to keep up to date or to change jobs. Vocational training is at the heart of economic and social challenges at national and local levels. For individuals, it is an opportunity to develop and adapt their skills, to guarantee their employability and facilitate their mobility. For companies, it is a major lever for competitiveness and transformation, in order to effectively face economic changes. Since 2010, the CEM has had a Training Centre, which enables residents of Saint-Barthélemy to train locally. In 2021, 616 trainees benefited from CEM's training courses. 98% of them were satisfied with our services. The constraints of the territory mean that we have to offer training courses that are adapted and tailored to your needs.
In 2022, the CEM will become accessible to people with disabilities, thanks to our disability advisor Virginie Allamelle.
HEAD OF THE TRAINING CENTER
Each sector of activity is subject to a regulatory framework setting out the compulsory training courses. A training course is said to be compulsory when it is required by a text that imposes its implementation on the employer. These texts have two sources: on the one hand, the legal constraints stemming from the Labour Code, which provide a framework for the obligation in terms of health and safety and are imposed on all employers, and, on the other hand, all the legal conditions specific to the methods of carrying out the activities.
The CEM Training Centre has been set up to provide training in the area of health and safety. The CEM Training Centre also responds to the continuing and compulsory training needs of the liberal professions. Each of them is subject to a quota of compulsory training hours to stay up to date with legislative and technological developments.