Aktywizacja zawodowa młodzieży przez Ochotnicze Hufce Pracy - zapobieganie bezrobociu i wykluczeniu społecznemu
Professional Activation of Youngsters by Voluntary Labour Corps – Prevention of Unemployment and Social Exclusion
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The activities of Voluntary Labour Corps (Polish: Ochotnicze Hufce Pracy – OHP) mainly relate to young people threatened with being excluded from the education system, those who evade mandatory schooling or achieve pure results at school. These are often children from single-parent families or large families, having unemployed parents, from dysfunctional families, from families in poor financial situation and people who, despite being at young age, have already broken the law. For such people, access to education and opportunities to gain skills allowing for finding a job provide a chance for independent living. The Supreme Audit Office conducted an audit aimed to evaluate the effectiveness of OHP’s activities with regard to designing and providing professional activation for youngsters, to examine whether OHP’s offer met the requirements of the labour market, and whether those participating in OHP receive appropriate professional training and find jobs, and to what extent their jobs were stable and reflected their qualifications.
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