ASFOR D – DAY 2021

The ASFOR accredited D-Day Master is back, an initiative thought and organized by ASFOR Italian Association for Management Training, with the involvement and collaboration of ASFOR members with an accredited master.

The event celebrates the value of the accreditation system by involving 42 Masters in a calendar full of appointments, both in and remotely, celebrated in the schedule of the celebrations for the fiftieth anniversary of the foundation of the association. As every year, the D-Day promotes the value of the ASFOR accreditation system and of the educational institutions with accredited masters that preserves its heart. It does so through the usual review of seminars, webinars, presentations and open days promoted by institutions and management schools throughout Italy, with face-to-face or digital initiatives aimed at recent graduates and all those who have already started a full career path.

Among the more than 2,200 enrolled only in 2020 over 4,300 jobs have been created. 2017-2019 has been a three-year period where 160 million of euros in aggregate salaries per year, ASFOR-accredited masters generate skills and qualified employment, helping to fuel the growth of the country, in the name of innovation and sustainable development supported by PNRR”, says the president of ASFOR, Marco Vergeat. ASFOR, an ENQA is an affiliate and partner of the main international associations active in the field of managerial training, evaluates the adequacy of the training offer to the training needs expressed by the market, guaranteeing the excellence of the accredited masters.

“Since 1989, the ASFOR accreditation process has verified the adherence of masters to the most rigorous quality standards, aligned with international systems, evaluating their suitability for a rapidly evolving world of work, which stimulates people to continue training for the entire duration of one’s professional career, according to the lifelong learning perspective”, explains Manuela Busoni, president of the ASFOR Accreditation Commission.

At Rome Business School the D-Day will focus on: “The importance of permanent training for a Manager”, will be discussed by the Dean of Rome Business School Antonio Ragusa, with Dr. Alberto Matrone, Alumno Rome Business School, member of the CAB of Rome Business School and now Head of the South Europe Area of ​​HMD Global. The main topics of the conversation will be the importance of lifelong learning for a manager and how much this is a constant in the professional history of an international leader. How much today as today the Soft Skills make the difference on the job market and the doors to constant growth.

The ASFOR accredited D-Day Masters page is available on the website


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