It is well known that for all Italian regions, schools of excellence with a high specialisation in postgraduate technology are an indispensable reality.
In 2022, in fact, Italian companies were looking for almost 52,000 ITS Academy graduates, against numbers leaving ITS courses that have grown slowly in recent years. According to the 2022 survey of the Excelsior Information System, carried out by Unioncamere in cooperation with Anpal, for many of the professions that could be filled by graduates of Higher Technological Institutes, companies complain of a 56% difficulty in finding them. It is precisely the ITS Academies that respond to the needs for innovation and technological transformation expressed by companies, as a training model co-designed in close connection between the world of training and companies, which puts young people in direct contact with the most advanced production chains.
With a shorter training path compared to ITS, but with significantly effective results, there is the ‘Sviluppo Basilicata – Innovery’ project, for which over 600 applications were received, confirming the substantial demand in an expanding sector for qualified and stable employment.