The project "Education for the growth of the Olomouc region!"
Registration number: CZ.1.04 / 1 Jan. 00 / 82.00013
The project aims to support an increase in the level of professional knowledge, skills and competencies of employees and employers of selected economic activities, which are important for the economic growth and employment growth of the Olomouc region.
The training courses IWE International Welding Engineer and International Welding Technologist IWT involved two employees InMaSe.
Project realization: 10/2012 - 4/2013
Project "Strengthening the competitiveness of the company's employees through comprehensive education”
Registration number: CZ.1.04 / 1 Jan. 02 / 35.00754
The aim of the project was to enhance the employees’ skills, flexibility and adaptability InMaSe, which ultimately resulted in better service, higher work efficiency, increase in the company's competitiveness and enhancement of the sustainability of jobs.
Project "Strengthening the competitiveness of the company's employees through comprehensive education "is funded by the ESF and the state budget of the Czech Republic.
Project realization: 2010 - 2012
Project "Education for prosperity of small and mid-sized businesses in the Olomouc region"
Registration number: CZ.1.04 / 1 Jan. 02 / 23.00561
Through this project, selected employees attended courses supporting soft skills - Professional English for business, Skills for supervisors (line managers) Management skills.
Project realization: 2010
Project "Socially useful jobs"
Registration number: CZ.1.04 / 2 Jan. 00 / 03.00002
In the period from 15 March 2010 to 31 August 2010 was at the employer Industrial Machine Service s.r.o. through the Olomouc Labor Office under this project supported 1 job SUPM in the amount of 54 000, - CZK, the contribution from the European Social Fund was 85%, (45 900, - CZK) and the contribution from the state budget amounted to 15%,(8100, - CZK)
Work places reserved within SUPM were focused on candidates who usually have a higher difficulty securing employment. These include applicants aged over 50, handicapped, are not skilled or qualified and those who have been outside the labor market long-term. These candidates were then allowed to integrate into the workforce in different positions.
This project is part of the Operational Program Human Resources and Employment financed by the European Social Fund and the state budget.