Mater provides and manages a comprehensive range of high quality training services to companies, public administration and all other segments of the labor market.
The main source of competitive advantage in business realities often comes specifically from the organization and management of the company’s knowledge base understood both in terms of technology and in terms of know-how of the personnel.
The main source of competitive advantage in business realities often comes specifically from the organization and management of the company’s knowledge base understood both in terms of technology and in terms of know-how of the personell.
With this in mind, Mater is able to respond to the market demands by offering medium and large companies in the service sector a complete service package of the highest quality.
The managerial training programs are focused on the needs of the individual company and, therefore, customized according to their specific demands.
In the same way, for the training services given in the public sphere, we are committed to providing the most appropriate and effective knowledge and tools in order to achieve the highest levels of motivation and awareness with respect to the objectives of renewal of the Public Administration. Our goal is to enhance human capital, understood both as a resource and an investment, in order to create a public administration with strong management skills, conscious about self-improvement and more responsive to the demands and expectations of the people and businesses.
Closely related to training, the Orientation activity allows young people who want to enter the labour market to have a better informed approach, more in line with their attitudes and aspirations, which takes into account the skills acquired during education, training and previous work experience, and the prospect of a successful work placement or career.
By creating its own general objectives for orientation, through consultants with proven experience, MATER designs and develops orientation and job placement activities specifically targeted to satisfy different categories of recipients, such as people who are already experienced professionals and are looking for other opportunities; graduates looking for their first jobs; companies looking for workers; young men and women of compulsory education age.
The orientation measures take the form of information campaigns on training and work opportunities (which require conducting surveys on the available training opportunities and on the labor market), decision support actions, orientation internships and activities that accompany integration into the labour market.
A particular group of recipients of the educational and vocational guidance actions is made up of teenagers of the age of compulsory education (ie between the ages of 15 and 18). The main objective of these interventions is to improve the success rate of the training of young people by informing them about the different modes and opportunities that are offered by the three choices of the compulsory education envisaged by law (school, vocational training and apprenticeship), and supporting and accompanying them on the path they choose.