Employment, Social Affairs & Inclusion

Pledges

The European Alliance for Apprenticeships is a multi-stakeholder initiative steered by the European Commission. The originator of the pledge is solely responsible for implementing the actions outlined in the pledge.

Employer’s Confederation of Latvia (LDDK)

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© Employers' Confederation of Latvia, 2017-2020
Organisation name:Employer’s Confederation of Latvia (LDDK)
Type of organisation:Social partners
Organisation operations:Other sector(s)
* Others Sector: Representative organisation
Country:Latvia
Start date:01/01/2017
Contact person(s):

Ruta Porniece, Head of education and employment department

Ruta.porniece@lddk.lv

www.lddk.lv

Presentation of the member:

The Employers’ Confederation of Latvia (LDDK) is the largest organization that represents employers in Latvia. LDDK is national social partner for the government. LDDK members employ 42% of Latvia’s employees. The LDDK brings together and represents:

  • 110 sector leaders – companies which employ more than 50 employees;
  • 66 sector-based and regional business associations and federations;
  • More than 5,000 companies, among which 3,036 are micro and small enterprises
Description of the Pledge:
LDDK will ensure the involvement of our members in the provision of work-based learning and apprenticeships (WBL). LDDK will act as a facilitator, matching enterprises, VET schools and students, as well as administrating the related direct costs. Among the other responsibilities, LDDK will organize information activities like regional, sectoral and national meetings, seminars. Moreover, LDDK will promote awareness campaigns in the media targeting enterprises, VET schools and students.
Pledged to increase the supply of apprenticeships
Pledged to improve the quality of apprenticeships
Pledged to enhance the image of apprenticeships
Partners:
More than 100 enterprises from all regions of Latvia representing the main national sectors: transport and logistics, tourism and beauty, agriculture and food production, metalworking, chemical product manufacturing, construction, forestry, printing sector, finance sector, textile product manufacturing, electronics and information communication technologies (ICT) and more than 20 VET schools from all regions of Latvia that signed an intention agreement to participate in WBL in the frame of the project. 12 Sector expert councils will promote WBL and apprenticeships.
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