Promoting vocational training, guidance, and research are the main pillars of CaixaBank Dualiza’s activities.
• The majority of beneficiaries are continuing students. A total of 6,905 students participated in some activity, day, or training organized by CaixaBanK Dualiza last year.
• There is also an increase in the number of teachers who see CaixaBank Dualiza as a tool to help them with training materials or to support them in the development of projects, reaching a total of 1,747 teachers.
• The number of companies that have learned more about VET thanks to the activities of CaixaBank Dualiza has doubled compared to last year, reaching a total of 1,024.
CaixaBank Dualiza continues to increase its activities in the dissemination and development of vocational training. Last year alone, more than 10,000 students, teachers, or companies benefited from some initiatives promoted by the foundation aimed at improving people’s qualifications through FP.
The main beneficiaries continue to be the students. A total of 6,905 students participated in some activity, day, or training organized by CaixaBanK Dualiza last year.
Similarly, the number of teachers who saw CaixaBank Dualiza as a tool to help them with training tools or to support them in developing projects also increased, reaching a total of 1,747 teachers from 944 educational centers.
Collaboration with companies to help them implement VET remains one of the main points of work as a way to improve their competitiveness and attract talent. In general, compared to last year, the number of companies that have learned more about VET thanks to these methods has doubled, reaching a total of 1,024.
All through CaixaBank Dualiza’s three main pillars of activity: promotion of vocational training, guidance, and research.
The first of these lines, the line of impulse, is the one that gathers the most initiatives—200 of the total of 288 developed.
In this section, the Call for Dualiza Grants remains the basis for student learning, faculty projects, and company training.
Regarding companies, the number of sessions aimed at bringing education centers and companies closer together so that they can organize projects based on joint knowledge, as well as workshops to help train teachers who can implement dual in their workplaces,
Events, conferences, or webinars aimed at the training needs of teachers are also increasing.
Through them, it is intended to contribute to the updating of the profiles of the teachers in the areas they request.
To carry out many of these initiatives, CaixaBank Dualiza maintains public-private collaboration as a priority, as shown by the fact that it works with all regional ministries during the year.
This collaboration is the result of regional conferences organized by the Valencian Community, the Region of Murcia, Extremadura, Castilla-La Mancha, or the Canary Islands, as well as the one organized with FPEmpresa, which brings together almost half of the thousands of teachers or professionals in the world of FP.
The director of CaixaBank Dualiza, Paula San Luis, expressed her satisfaction “for increasing our activity driven by the greater need for VET in society.”
San Luis emphasized that “this need will increase if we consider that we are going through a period of change due to the introduction of the new vocational training law that will involve profound changes and where many professionals demand more information. and training to guarantee the successful implementation of the regulations. This need is what justifies the activity of CaixaBank Dualiza, which, during 2024, will continue its vocation to be useful to society as the guide in all its activities.
The interest in promoting comprehensive guidance throughout life can be seen in more than 70 actions taken, where the call for guidance continues to be the main one.
More and more educational centers find this support in calling to carry out actions to attract students to vocational training.
All this work is marked by the results obtained in various investigations carried out by the Knowledge and Research Center, where various aspects of vocational training are addressed, such as employability, the gender gap, and its impact on the Sustainable Development Goals.
Throughout the year, the Center publishes 10 monthly FPA analyses and six other reports, of which the annual FP report comes first, which examines the entire evolution of vocational training during the past twelve months.
These investigations are carried out to provide useful and action-oriented knowledge, which serves as a basis so that the decision-making that must be faced by various professionals in vocational training every day can be based on numbers. true and updated.
CaixaBank Dualiza is the commitment of the CaixaBank Dual Training Foundation to the promotion and dissemination of vocational training, as well as the fundamental role that this training modality must play in the future of our society.
It is only through more training that we can achieve a more united society where people’s inequalities are reduced.
For this, CaixaBank Dualiza supports the demands of teachers and educational centers and works with companies to train future professionals and improve their employability.
Since its inception, all its activities have benefited nearly 35,000 students, 3,700 companies, and 2,500 educational centers.