Uitic 18th congress session 3 2 enrique montiel presentation

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How to attract skilled young people to the footwear industry? Dr. Enrique Montiel – Assistant Director (INESCOP) Friday 15 November


What is INESCOP?

Independent service organisation. Founded in 1971. Non-profit making institution. More than 500 associated companies.

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How to attract skilled young people to the footwear industry? The global economic scenario

 European production was 505 MM pairs in 2011.  The average European production price has increased from 21.39€ in 2007 to 25.65€ in 2012.

*Data source: EUROSTAT 2012, APICCAPS Dr. Enrique Montiel – Assistant Director / 15 November 2013


How to attract skilled young people to the footwear industry? The current situation of the industry

 Europe lacks 20 million skilled workers.  Europe labour force is ageing.  Advanced technologies in manufacture.  New operative tendencies (FoF, KETs).  New business models.

Dr. Enrique Montiel – Assistant Director / 15 November 2013


How to attract skilled young people to the footwear industry? Lack of skilled workers

Future job (2010-2020): opportunities by occupational groups EU27 + Norway and Switzerland

*Data source: CEDEFOP 2010 (European Centre for the Development of Vocational Training) Dr. Enrique Montiel – Assistant Director / 15 November 2013


How to attract skilled young people to the footwear industry? Lack of skilled workers

Which challenges will your company face in the next 5 years?

*‘In-depth assessment of the situation of the European Footwear sector and prospects for its future development’ prepared for DG Enterprise & Industry (EC) 2012 Dr. Enrique Montiel – Assistant Director / 15 November 2013


How to attract skilled young people to the footwear industry? Lack of skilled workers

Which challenges will your company face in the next 5 years?

*‘In-depth assessment of the situation of the European Footwear sector and prospects for its future development’ prepared for DG Enterprise & Industry (EC) 2012 Dr. Enrique Montiel – Assistant Director / 15 November 2013


How to attract skilled young people to the footwear industry? Lack of skilled workers

Levels of footwear training:     

Vocational courses. Specialist courses. Degree courses. Apprenticeships. In-house training.

Dr. Enrique Montiel – Assistant Director / 15 November 2013


How to attract skilled young people to the footwear industry? Lack of skilled workers

Training sites in Europe:        

Austria: Belgium: Czech Republic: Denmark: Estonia: Finland: France: Germany:

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Hungary: Ireland: Italy: Poland: Portugal: Romania: Spain: The Netherlands:

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How to attract skilled young people to the footwear industry? Lack of skilled workers

Course categories:  Design.  Engineering/production.  Managerial.

Dr. Enrique Montiel – Assistant Director / 15 November 2013


How to attract skilled young people to the footwear industry? Lack of skilled workers

Course categories:  Design.  Engineering/production.  Managerial.

Dr. Enrique Montiel – Assistant Director / 15 November 2013


How to attract skilled young people to the footwear industry? Lack of skilled workers

Course categories:  Design.  Engineering/production.  Managerial.

Dr. Enrique Montiel – Assistant Director / 15 November 2013


How to attract skilled young people to the footwear industry? Ageing of labour force

Demographic trend: changes in population and workforce by age (EU27 + Norway and Switzerland, 2010 - 2020)

*Data source: CEDEFOP 2010 (European Centre for the Development of Vocational Training) Dr. Enrique Montiel – Assistant Director / 15 November 2013


How to attract skilled young people to the footwear industry? Ageing of labour force

Most serious barrier: ageing workforce + difficulties to attract young workers

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limit production in the EU

*‘In-depth assessment of the situation of the European Footwear sector and prospects for its future development’ prepared for DG Enterprise & Industry (EC) 2012 Dr. Enrique Montiel – Assistant Director / 15 November 2013


How to attract skilled young people to the footwear industry? Ageing of labour force

Global consequences: ageing will slow GDP per capita growth (unless we see a large increase in productivity)

*Data source: UN Population Division, elaborated by McKinsey&Company Dr. Enrique Montiel – Assistant Director / 15 November 2013


How to attract skilled young people to the footwear industry? Footwear implies a huge number of different technologies

Dr. Enrique Montiel – Assistant Director / 15 November 2013


How to attract skilled young people to the footwear industry? Footwear implies a huge number of different technologies

Dr. Enrique Montiel – Assistant Director / 15 November 2013


How to attract skilled young people to the footwear industry? Advanced technologies in manufacturing

New skills are demanded:  CAD /CAM  Additive manufacturing.  Advanced materials.  ICTs.  Robotics.  Meta-products.  … (new ones emerging every 2/3 years)

Dr. Enrique Montiel – Assistant Director / 15 November 2013


How to attract skilled young people to the footwear industry? New operative tendencies

Competition / increase profit margins / increase productivity

new operating environments for manufacture

 Factories of the Future.  Key Enabling Technologies.  Multilocalised manufacture. Dr. Enrique Montiel – Assistant Director / 15 November 2013


How to attract skilled young people to the footwear industry? New business models

Lost in socio-cultural context change business model

 Online sales.  Product customisation.  Functional products. Dr. Enrique Montiel – Assistant Director / 15 November 2013


How to attract skilled young people to the footwear industry? What should we do?

To fix & attract skilled young people:  Provide the right incentives.  Improve societal appeal.  Bring education, training and work close together.  Develop the right mix of skills.  Better anticipate future skill needs.

Dr. Enrique Montiel – Assistant Director / 15 November 2013


How to attract skilled young people to the footwear industry? A proposal of solutions: provide right incentives

Investment in skills must be

massive and smart

Better incentives for

individuals employers education and training institutions

* In accordance with the recommendations of the report ‘New skills for New Jobs: Action Now’ (2010) prepared for the European Commission Dr. Enrique Montiel – Assistant Director / 15 November 2013


How to attract skilled young people to the footwear industry? A proposal of solutions: improve societal appeal

increasingly technified world show active marketing + advertising

manufacturing lost appeal

cultural wealth, dynamism, technical skills

skilled workers gain prominence

Dr. Enrique Montiel – Assistant Director / 15 November 2013


How to attract skilled young people to the footwear industry? A proposal of solutions: teaching factory

more flexible more open

for innovation enhance relationships

…the Teaching Factory Paradigm * In accordance with the recommendations of the report ‘New skills for New Jobs: Action Now’ (2010) prepared for the European Commission Dr. Enrique Montiel – Assistant Director / 15 November 2013


How to attract skilled young people to the footwear industry? A proposal of solutions: teaching factory

* In accordance with Prof. George Chryssolouris, MANUFUTURE 2011 Dr. Enrique Montiel – Assistant Director / 15 November 2013


How to attract skilled young people to the footwear industry? A proposal of solutions: right mix of skills

industry survey

Dr. Enrique Montiel – Assistant Director / 15 November 2013


How to attract skilled young people to the footwear industry? A proposal of solutions: right mix of skills

Technological skill objectives timing

Dr. Enrique Montiel – Assistant Director / 15 November 2013


How to attract skilled young people to the footwear industry? A proposal of solutions: right mix of skills High priority Technology Objective 1:

Fast production of highly Personalised Products

Skills

 Needs into specifications.  Consumer information.  Flexible manufacturing.

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Data management. Social networks. Real time data. Rapid production.

Dr. Enrique Montiel – Assistant Director / 15 November 2013


How to attract skilled young people to the footwear industry? A proposal of solutions: right mix of skills High priority Technology Objective 2:

Product chain intelligence by Information Management Targeted products. Advanced design. Information arrangement. Co-design

Skills

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Data mining. Design. Co-design ICT integration. Standardization. Data maintenance.

Dr. Enrique Montiel – Assistant Director / 15 November 2013


How to attract skilled young people to the footwear industry? A proposal of solutions: right mix of skills High priority Technology Objective 3:

Implementation of Creativity and User Led innovation Integration. Flexible systems. Customisable products. ICT & consumer.

Skills

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 Market demand. Quality compliance.   ICT integration.  Communication. Emotions.

Dr. Enrique Montiel – Assistant Director / 15 November 2013

Manufacturing. Simulation. Strategic design. Innovation.


How to attract skilled young people to the footwear industry? A proposal of solutions: right mix of skills High priority Technology Objective 4:

Integration of Advanced Materials and Nano-intelligence Materials. Efficient science. Industrial processes. Microscopic properties.

Skills

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 Advanced materials.  Manufacturing.  ICT integration.

Dr. Enrique Montiel – Assistant Director / 15 November 2013


How to attract skilled young people to the footwear industry? A proposal of solutions: right mix of skills High priority Technology Objective 5:

Green product chains for Sustainable Products Efficiency. Simulation. New design tools. Environmental standards.

Skills

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Production sites. Factory policy. Clean technologies. ICT tools.

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How to attract skilled young people to the footwear industry? INESCOP faced with the challenge of attracting skilled young people

What are we doing? advanced technologies CAD / CAM, for footwear manufacture robotics (hardware and software) software for product customisation, online sale, new business models augmented and virtual reality specialized adapted to training technological challenges educational guided visits, conferences, actions entrepreneurship forums

Dr. Enrique Montiel – Assistant Director / 15 November 2013


How to attract skilled young people to footwear industry? Conclusions

workforce ageing lack of skills

new industry challenges a new type of worker joint policy that serves as centre of attraction Dr. Enrique Montiel – Assistant Director / 15 November 2013


How to attract skilled young people to the footwear industry?

Polígono Industrial Campo Alto Elda – SPAIN (+34) 965 395 213 emontiel@inescop.es

Dr. Enrique Montiel – Assistant Director / 15 November 2013