It had been ten years since this had happened: the National Agency for Adult Vocational Training (Afpa) should finally return to balance in 2021.
A real relief as this armed wing of the State in the field of continuing education has come close to bankruptcy in recent years following the opening of the market to competition and the absence of structural reforms.
With the coronavirus, Afpa is struggling to get its head out of the water
Afpa is finally getting its head out of the water!
This is great news which confirms us in our choices and in our transformation process, which began five years ago with a specific course
, ”enthuses Pascale d'Artois, CEO of Afpa.
Obviously, the organization born in 1949 only expects to release a gross operating surplus "
" but the positive dynamic is there.
The path has not been the easiest.
Over the period from 2013 to 2017 and despite the significant annual state subsidies, nearly 110 million in 2017 alone, the operating losses of Afpa
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