GRUDILEC Training identifies current training needs and plans special courses to expand the attendees’ knowledge of specific areas and educate them in the latest technological and legislative developments and consumer trends.
These courses are therefore intended to build up the attendees’ qualifications and offer them the possibility of honing their skills to fit the current demands of the market and broaden their areas of business.
GRUDILEC Training also handles the paperwork with the State Foundation for Training for employment so that the costs of training can be credited against Social Security contributions when the requirements are met.
To meet the specific needs of companies, In-Company Training is also offered.
In its continuing search for improvement, the School also offers distance learning on its e-learning platform so that students have the latest tools, technologies and devices.
The aim of the courses is to improve the attendees’
qualifications by consistently adapting the training
offered to fit the demands of the market
The In-Company Training is designed especially for each client company so that its objectives, the content of the training and the methodology used can be adjusted to fit. This area includes training actions to develop interpersonal skills for dealing with any target audience (management, sales force, and other groups).
In addition, workplace risk prevention courses are organized for different jobs and specific positions, in compliance with the current legislative framework.
Courses held with GRUDILEC TRAINING can lead to allowances on Social Security contributions, making them completely free of charge, depending on the number of workers in the company and its available training credits.
Continuing training actions by companies are governed by Law 30/2015, of 9 September, regulating the vocational training for employment system in the workplace. Companies and the self-employed who have salaried employees, i.e., workers who contribute to the General Social Security Scheme, have an annual financial allowance or credit for investing in training for their workers.
This credit is assigned by the Ministry of Labour and is managed through the State Foundation for Training in Employment, which credits the amount spent on training (after it has been justified) to Social Security contributions.
The amount due to each company for training depends on the amount paid into the vocational training contribution in the previous year and the number of workers in the company. It is set annually in the General State Budgets Act, starting from a minimum of €420. This credit is lost at the end of each financial year if it is not invested in training actions for company workers.
When the training ends, GRUDILEC Training handles all the paperwork so that the client can deduct the expenses as Social Security contributions. The procedure with the State Foundation for Training in Employment is as follows: