The development of a democratic society is based on various mainstays, one of which is Education. Regardless of the possible availability of resources, development is impossible if the training of people during the different stages of life does not form the centrepiece of this development. The most developed countries are those with a guaranteed education system that is available to the entire population in conditions of equal opportunities and is a fact that any government must bear in mind
Education, in its different stages, requires facilities that are able to offer students an appropriate environment and the necessary materials and equipment. Together with the physical resources adapted to each level, teachers form an essential part of ensuring education reaches the required level of quality.
Along these lines, PdePS offers solutions for the different levels of education:
In collaboration with governments and local players in each country or region, PdePS is able to develop projects to implement a primary education system that guarantees the schooling of the child population, in line with international guidelines and quality standards and adapted to local conditions. Hence, governments are guaranteed that the consulting and advisory work of PdePS will lead to a system that is compliant with neighbouring countries and regions or, furthermore, that implements leading educational models.
The consultancy work of PdePS includes the design and development of the teaching curriculum and assessment systems and the establishing of needs for the required spaces for teaching and their equipment.
As in the case of Primary Education, PdePS offers governments the necessary consulting and advice to guarantee youth education, expanding the range described in the above section to include the design of laboratories and workshops in addition to technical training, including the implementation of spaces in which physical education and sports are possible to ensure comprehensive education.
PdePS believes it essential for a university to be able to offer the specific treatment to train people so that they can offer the best of themselves to the society to which they belong. This involves joint work with national and regional governments to determine the best location of the centres, define the building and exterior urban design, develop and implement the curriculum and provide the necessary resources and equipment for each of the objectives to be met.
As an alternative to yet equally as important as a university education, professional training provides societies with people with the necessary preparation to perform day-to-day jobs and who provide a significant economic boost.
Ensuring these people are able to perform these intermediate professions, meeting the needs of the companies in which they can be performed or as self-employed workers, means that there must be a professional training system designed and adapted to the economic needs of each country or region. PdePS believes the detecting of training needs and the designing of the curriculum, as well as the defining training spaces and the implementing of work resources and professional equipment in these spaces to be primordial in professional training.
With this philosophy in mind, the experience accumulated by PdePS is offered to all governments so that they are able to meet the required objectives.
The changing situation of the economy means that new work-related options must be adapted over short periods and professional training is unable to respond to this. It is here that occupational training acquires vital competitive significance.
In this case, detecting the needs of the labour and production environment is an essential step performed by PdePS in the field in combination with all of the institutional players involved. This consultancy work forms the basis for the implementing of specific courses to complete theory-practical training in the areas where needs have been detected, along with the determining of the material resources to complete this training.
Furthermore, PdePS can develop continuous training programmes to ensure the constant adaptation of professionals in certain production sectors or in specific companies to market requirements and the evolution of technologies and procedures.
PdePS is unable to conceive an education and training system on any scale without the inclusion of training plans for the professionals who are to meet the necessary objectives. Along these lines, the training of teachers and their participation in this process involves their adaptation to the necessary evolution of curricula existing technology, learning procedures and any other aspect that must be considered so that those devoted to this work meet the required goal. To ensure this, PdePS offers its consultancy and advisory work based on the best experience, as in all of the above programmes.
These different training levels include the desirable UNREGULATED TRAINING, which allows for the continuous improvement of individual skills, and the currently essential adaptation of individual skill to the demanding and variable requirements of the employment market.
The possibility of providing modular spaces of a size that is in line with the specific needs of each location offers perfect adaptation to the specific social situation in question and allows for rationality and cost containment.