Each year, approximately 40,000 people benefit from CIF or Individual Leave of Training. This training, lasting 10 months, allows the beneficiaries to train for a retraining, a new job or a start-up.
See below a report published jointly by the Observatoire des Transitions Professionnelles and the FPSPP (Fonds Paritaire de Securisation des parcours professionnels) on the CIF system.
Why the CIF ?
According to the report of the Observatory of professional transitions, 78% of employees who engage in a training program via the CIF aim for a professional retraining. It is mainly workers in the field of commerce who aspire to practice another trade (98% of cases). A quarter wish to train for safety, that is to say to anticipate a possible loss of employment.
What types of training?
80% of the training courses are mainly distributed in 20 main areas, including health, social work, transport and handling, secretarial work, accounting, agri-food …
A very high success rate
One year after the CIF training, 93% of the beneficiaries were able to access the certification they were looking for. 76% of those who had held a fixed-term contract or pre-training job were able to find a job. 47% of the beneficiaries were able to fulfill their vocational retraining wishes. 90% of people found an improvement in their working conditions in their new position.
What about abandonment?
One year after the training, 17% of the beneficiaries eventually abandoned their professional transition project. They are not unemployed. 86% of them still work. 67% returned to their former posts. 19% received a new job. Only 14% are unemployed.