Our training offer is eligible for OPCO and FNE funding. Several solutions exist to fund your training in full or in part. We take care of all the administrative formalities with you.
ORINOX is a member of OPCO
Opco is a list of organisations approved by the Ministry of Labor whose role is to support, collect and manage the contributions of companies for the financing of professional training. There are 11 Opcos, each organized by branch of activity. France Compétences offers a search engine to find your Opco member.
Our teams support companies of all sizes at every stage of the development of their employees’ skills:
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With FNE Training, the French government financially supports the development of skills in companies impacted by the health crisis.
Objective: to promote the rebound and the resumption of activity.
Launched in 2020, then extended in 2021, the scheme is maintained for 2022.
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To support companies in making the economic changes necessary for their sustainability and development.
To support digital, ecological or organizational transitions.
and professional experience of employees
To allow an employee to change jobs, companies or sectors.
All the answers below.
ORINOX assists you in designing and deploying training courses eligible for FNE-Training 2022.
All companies (in the private sector) in partial activity, in difficulty, in transition or in recovery, whatever their size and whatever the level of activity. All employees on fixed-term and permanent contracts, whether or not they are in partial activity (except for trainees, interns and employees on sick leave).
All training courses that take place remotely or in person and whose pedagogical path allows the achievement of a professional objective, with evaluations guaranteeing the acquisition of skills, even if the training does not lead to certification. Compulsory training (safety, hygiene, etc.) is excluded.
Each skills development plan must be submitted to the DIRECTE or its OPCO with the following elements:
The data and the agreement of the employee concerned;
The requested training, its program and the FOAD modalities (for distance learning);
The training date;
The quote from the selected training organization.