Analysis of context
Legal framework in Spain - IES Jacarandà
Adult Training Provision
Adult training provision in Spain includes basic education and literacy processes, integration into the labour market and leisure activities. The diagram below is a summary of the system.
- Adult training provision offered by the education, employment and local authorities
Type of provision
Provision to raise achievement in basic skills
Basic education for adults
Secondary education for adults
Vocational secondary education for adults
Basic vocational training
To acquire the Basic User level (A1 and A2) according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.
In order to obtain a language certificate, they may sit the corresponding tests.
Provision to achieve a recognised qualification during adulthood
Vocational training: intermediate and advanced vocational training cycles
To obtain a language certificate without completing the corresponding course.
To have access to studies leading to the award of an official qualification: intermediate and advanced vocational training, advanced artistic education and university education.
Provision targeting the transition to the labour market
Specific programmes aimed at people with special training needs, or experiencing difficulties entering the labour market or overcoming skill barriers.
Training actions with recruitment commitment.
Training actions primarily aimed at the unemployed.
Placements in companies.
Training and learning contract (Dual vocational training: Training activity of this contract).
Public employment and training programmes:
Provision of liberal (popular) adult education1
Training for employment provision
Other types of publicly subsidised provision for adult learners2
On-the-job training actions
Individual training plans
Training programmes aimed primarily at employed workers
Training actions for public officials