Professional programme

 

 

Project owners

Tudásklaszter Nonprofit Ltd as main consorcium leader

The organization was established in 2000. In June 2007, we have become public company, registered capital of 3 million HUF, and in April of 2009, it became a Nonprofit Ltd. The company primarily focuses on development and re-integration of disadvantaged groups into society and to the labor market. Increasing employment opportunities is the basic ground for creating equal conditions. To this end, the company in 2010 was accredited as an adult training institutions, and participated in the labor market services accreditation preparation, and co-operated with TAMOP 2.6.1. project.

Declaired in the founding letter of the organization, the following golas set forth plays an important role:

- The social and labor market re-integration of the unemployed, equal opportunities,

- Implementation of trainings,

- Local employment initiatives.

We have achieved outstanding results with the development of persons with disabilities in the labor market and the re-integration topic as well. Nokia Komárom Ltd. complex service package offered employment in order to enhance our custom developed software, job analysis methods.

Individual training FAT accredited programs:

- Non-profit organizations development training,

- FATE-O.K. development program for long term unemployed,

- Semi-skilled worker training, gardening

- Employment Pact Coordinator training

Currently 10 full-time employees are in the organization, 4 contracted and 15-20 external experts are involved in carrying out tasks.

Megyeri Katalin Stefánia

managing director

 

Katymár Municipality as a consortium member

In the last period, the governments and families were facing crutial problems to solve in the resent past. The economic crisis has negatively affected both the private sector and the government sector and current economic events and financial trends. The crisis has resulted in a significant decrease in the amounts of aid from the central budget in real terms, stating the fact that the government's obligatory functions would no longer be narrowed. In parallel, the financial obligations of the population and the families continued to increase in the micro region and in Katymár there is a significant increase  in the number of unemployed.

In the last period, the Local Authority made steps to support the older generation and families but not a sufficient enough to solve the problems. The project preparation, implementation, innovative,  the new approach of mindset is very important  in this environment. Our cooperating partners Katymá andr Madaras’ Local Government, as well as Tudásklaszter Social and Rural Development Society Ltd is committed to fully achieve these goals in order to improve the labor market situation of the persons involved in the program.

The "Bácsflóra Producing Schools in the most disadvantaged micro-regions" are flexible, where practical training places was created and practice-oriented training is offered. These assets acquired long-term opportunity for all participants to overcome the existing drawbacks. It is our responsibility to use the resources effectively

Mr. Endre Pál-mayor

Madaras Municipality -consortium member

Madaras village is in the South Great Plain Region, Bács-kiskun County, south of the Serbian border. This is one of the 33 most disadvantaged micro-regions. Socially and economically it is a disadvantage village. It can be observed in the very structure of an aging population, low pupil numbers, the persistently high unemployment rate, the migration of young people, lack of jobs and low profitability and unfavorable conditions. The population of Madaras according to the data for 2010 reported is 3,065 people.

The settlement is manily focusing on agricultural production, as the most common form of living. Formed on loess soil in terms of very good quality, the typical chernozem soil, but sometimes loess loam, sandy loess occurs.

Grain and fodder crops were produced, but grape-growing, wine-making was also addressed in Madaras already in the 1930s. In the 1970s, the formation of even larger scale in the development of agriculture with the formation of the cooperatives (TSZ)started. Then the villagers occupied most of the co-operative. Today it is largely reduced. Only a few people work as manual labor , they were replaced by mechanical power, so few people could carry on the tasks. Due to this fact, the unemployment rate also rose. As a result of agricultural restructuring in the 90’s, a series of family farming businesses were established in the area. These economies mostly produce crops to ensure the livelihood of the family. Unfortunately, in recent years steady decline is observed in the filed of agriculture. An unfavorable situation of farmers and entrepreneurs can be observed. One main reason for this can be found in the location of the town. Industrial companies nor processing plants were established. Some of the workers have found jobs at the near by surrounding communities. Due to the reduced number of industrial installations, the workforce is less needed-

We were delighted to observed that there were a large number of applicants in the two villages who applied for the taining sessions. We sincerely hope that interest continues to remain unbroken, and that next time we can work together, to co-develop.

István Juhász -mayor