Automobili Lamborghini confirms the DESI project in its 5th year, Gütsel Online, OWL live

Automobili Lamborghini confirms the DESI project in its 5th year, Gütsel Online, OWL live

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Automobili Lamborghini confirms the DESI project in its 5th year

  • First day of technical school at Lamborghini for 24 students

Sant’Agata Bolognese, November 4, 2022

Lamborghini continues to invest in education, especially for the benefit of the younger generation. According to the official # Start of class Last September draws the project #DESI (Dual Education System Italy), which is already taking place for the 5th time, starting Thursday, November 3, 2022, for a period of 6 months from school desks to voluntary classrooms of #Lamborghini on the website of Sant’Agata Bolognese.

DESI is an initiative launched in 2014, which involves Lamborghini and Ducati, as well as the Emilia Romagna region and the regional education department of the Ministry of Education, as well as the RSU (Representation of the United States of America) and the FIM, FIOM and UILM associations from. Bologna. Also in this school year there are 2 new 2-year transitional competence courses and orientation courses in which the fourth grade students of the Aldini Valeriani educational institute in Bologna participate.

The aim is to give the 24 students of the two educational institutions of Bologna awarded to Lamborghini the opportunity to acquire technical skills with quality and creativity and to obtain a five-year professional training diploma, thanks to a combination of theoretical studies in the classroom and practical learning. in the company. Thanks to this project, Lamborghini will have the opportunity to train young students who can become qualified technicians for the technological area of ​​the so-called “Motor Valley” and for the manufacturer of Sant’Agata Bolognese.

“We are very satisfied with the success of this training program,” says Umberto Tossini, Chief Human Resources Officer of Automobili Lamborghini, “at such a difficult time for the future of our country, the strategic alliance between the public and private sectors provides us. young people real opportunities for their personal and professional development. They are the goal and their wishes and needs, in order to prepare them and get job opportunities or even more training – through ITS and #University – which we can offer with the whole area.”

“As representatives of the union representation and on behalf of the representatives of the employees of the Volkswagen Group, we are proud to play an important role in this project,” says Alberto Cocchi, RSU Coordinator of Automobili Lamborghini. » The experience we offer to these young people takes place in a protected environment, characterized by high expertise, guaranteed by the professionalism of our instructors. In a country where the transition between school and work is often criticized, our common goal is to create a context in which professionalism, justice and citizenship grow in harmony.

“The DESI project shows how the collaborative system of the public and private sector that Emilia Romagna strongly supports has the best ability to meet the educational needs of our young people, especially in response to the challenges brought by the green and digital transformation,” he explains . Vincenzo Colla, Councilor for Economic Development and Green Economy, Employment, Education of the Region of Emilia Romagna. »Putting girls and boys to the test and encouraging them in a real work environment, at the same time educating the company about each other’s abilities, creates a basis for getting to know each other, which is a prerequisite for each other. the development of better skills and good and stable employment is.”

The 4th and 5th classes with technical orientation »Maintenance and technical customer service« of the two participating schools work in an integrated project that includes the school’s teaching units and extras. 45% of the hours are activities at the Lamborghini training center, the rest is at school. At the end of the course, participants receive a five-year professional diploma and a certificate of the skills acquired in the course.