ATA Training: four types of courses. Individual assessment at the end of the course

From 4 April to 30 September 2022, activities related to the training plan for the newly hired DSGAs will be carried out in the school year 2021/2022 and for DSGAs and administrative assistants in all regions, as announced by the Ministry in a note. has. March 15th. In a press release on its website, the MI clarifies some aspects of ATA training.

ATA staff may participate, subject to the authorization of the principal and, based on the needs of the service, to the updating of initiatives organized by the administration, universities or accredited bodies.

The update – clarifies the ministry – aims to improve the professional quality of staff to meet the needs of school autonomy.

Participation in refresher initiatives takes place for the hours required to carry out the training process, and priority is given to the implementation of professional profiles.

In the latter case, the number of hours as required may be increased, also taking into account the time required to reach the location of the training activity (Articles 63 and 64 of the CCNL 2007).

The ATA Personal Training System provided for in Article 44 of the CCNL 1998-2001, signed on 31 August 2009, is divided into four types of training courses:

  • update
  • Vocational training
  • Training for mobility in the area
  • Education aims to move to the upper realm.

Corresponding vocational training courses are activated for the provision of additional functions.
The courses conclude with a definitive individual assessment to verify the professionalism required for the assumption of specific responsibilities.

The training for professional mobility is functional for the passages in the same area. It introduces training courses to meet the needs of specific skills or new professional profiles arising from the implementation of school autonomy.

Similar initiatives aimed at the professional conversion of profiles with redundancies ensure the acquisition of the specific skills of new target profiles.

The training, which focuses on the transition to higher areas, offers training with selective procedures for the transition from the profile of an area to a profile of a higher area.

Training plan for DSGA, new staff and administrators. Training starts on April 4th. NOTE Ministry [PDF]

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