The INTRIDE project – a report of research conducted with traditional manufacturers to define the key competences of university graduates entering the labor market, with particular emphasis on the post-pandemic reality. OPUBLIKOWANO 19 CZERWCA 2020 [DATA] PRZEZ ALICJA BIAŁOGŁOWSKA The main aim of the study conducted on a group of traditional manufacturers was to identify the competence areas of the company’s employees, which, according to the respondents, should be increased and contribute to the further development of the company.
Enterprises evaluate their competence resources as high and satisfactory. It is clearly visible that the identified competency deficits in all analyzed areas are limited to single specific competencies, the lack of which is strongly felt. It should be noted that the obtained results are difficult to interpret due to two circumstances: 1) a limited number of respondents; 2) specific way of responding to individual questions: we observe a clear and high correlation between the answers to separate questions about the most important skills, the strengths of organization in terms of these skills and the most important skills in the perspective of 3-5 years, in each of the individual competence areas.
In addition to the survey, on June 17, 2020, at the premises of Cieszyn Castle, a workshop with traditional manufactureres was conducted, in which the following companies participated: Dinksy design studio, Croma Bakery, Foundation: Być Razem (brand: Well Done), ZPH Roman Pilch, Ceramic pattern manufacture Kosak, 3 Soft S.A.
However, based on the study, several synthetic conclusions appeared:
Feel free to watch the short film summarizing the workshop with entrepreneurs: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4EgzHeFZab4