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The development of skills through training



The direction the Group takes in terms of training investment is defined and formalized every year in the form of a general policy for Group Training presented by activity pole.

Each pole aims to develop policies of anticipation and support of evolutions in the short and medium term, taking in to account the economic perspectives of the company, the organisational evolution, the technical changes and the individual and collective needs of the employees.


Training programme 

The training programmes which are implemented in each of our poles meet the needs of security and professional techniques in priority.

Individual professional courses in the form, for example of a Professional Qualification Certificate are also being developed. Skill qualifications allow employees to secure their careers and allow us to meet some of the demands of our customers.


The consolidated figures for the Group for 2014 show a stabilisation in the training effort compared to 2013:

  • The number of trainees recorded a slight increase, from 8,868 people in 2013 to 8,895 in 2014
  • The volume of training hours is down slightly with 214,177 hours in 2013 and 212,417 in 2014
  • Each trained employee receives training of an average duration of over 23 hours.


The breakdown by socio-professional category of trainees always highlights the investment ONET makes for the development of blue collar workers, as this category represents more than 67% of the number of trainees:

  • 5969 Blue-collar workers
  • 1247 Supervisors
  • 902 Employees
  • 750 Executives


The regulatory environment of the continuous professional development scheme changes constantly as regards the general training system framework and regulations for certain internships such as those in security. 


The Onet Group adapts the new requirements while remaining focused on the strategies defined in its General Training Policy.