Training the unemployed: the reform that cannot wait any longer

Paul

quickly decided. Unemployed senior executive in the Lot, he wants to set up a real estate diagnosis company. Cost of conversion: 7,000 euros. After checking the outlets, Pôle emploi gives its agreement in one week to complete the 3,000 euros in its personal training account.

For the sake of conscience, this trained engineer probes the region. Already, we had to find a number (an 08…) on the “very badly done” website. Someone ends up answering, inquires to let go that Occitania only finances face-to-face training. “Four months in Toulouse, between accommodation, round trips and other costs… too expensive,” he says.

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