The development of human resources in companies
- Name of the instrument - Local language
- Žmogiškųjų išteklių tobulinimas įmonėse
- Name of the instrument - English translation
- The development of human resources in companies
- Reporting year
- Type of instrument
- Grant for companies
- Type of entry
- Single instrument
- Short description
Companies receive public contributions to their training costs. The public co-funding share is 70%. The measure is implemented in the framework of ESF support programmes.
- Short description of the related instruments
- Level of operation
- Name of a part of the country
- Name of the region (for regional instruments)
- Name of the sector (for sectoral instruments)
- Key scheme
- Objective(s) and target(s)
To enhance qualifications of employees and executives in companies; strengthen their knowledge and capacities, as well as their abilities to adapt to the needs of the company and changes in the labour market.
The implementation of the projects is governed and supervised by the Ministry of Social Affairs and Labour and the ESF Agency in Lithuania.
- Eligible group(s)
Employees of companies and organisations
- Group(s) with preferential treatment
- Education and training eligible
continuing vocational training
- Source of financing and collection mechanism
- Financing formula and allocation mechanisms
Public co-funding: 70%.
Maximum amount that the company can receive: EUR 200 000 for 3 years.
De-minimis regulation is applied.
Allocation: The money is transferred to the employer upon execution of the training project (several payments possible). Companies best meeting pre-determined criteria (specified through top-down procedures) are funded.
- Eligible costs
Fees and other costs ( e.g. purchase of training services, salaries for the trainers and persons responsible for the organisation of CVT, costs of organisation of training events - seminars, workshops, etc., development of training materials)
- Frequency of the use
- Volumes of funding
- Beneficiaries/take up
In 2013, 2 246 companies received funding by the scheme. By this, the training of 38 000 employees was supported.
- Organisation responsible for monitoring/evaluation
Ministry of Social Affairs and Labour, responsible for implementation of HRD OP measures.
- Monitoring/evaluation reports available
- Most relevant webpage - in English
- Most relevant webpage - local language
The Ministry of Social Affairs and Labour of the Republic of Lithuania, http://www.esparama.lt/sadm/institucijos-administruojami-igyvendinami-p…