Formations décideurs

Nos formations dédiées aux décideurs publics et privés

Donneurs d’ordres publics et privés qui souhaitent développer des achats plus inclusifs et durables.

1. Atelier « Développer des achats solidaires »

Objectifs pédagogiques :

  • Découvrir le secteur de l’ESS
  • Découvrir les opportunités d’acheter auprès des acteurs solidaires  
  • Découvrir les leviers de recours aux structures de l’ESS dans l’acte d’achats (via des consultations notamment) 

Modalités :

Une demie-journée, en présentiel ou en distanciel.

Cette formation intègre des exercices pratiques en groupe et peut être réalisée en session intra ou inter-entreprise.

Tarif :

Sur demande

Le programme de la formation :

  • Présentation de l’ESS, ses acteurs, ses spécificités et ses bénéfices 
  • Identifier les leviers de recours à l’ESS pour les acheteurs 
  • Réfléchir aux leviers mobilisables pour vos propres portefeuilles achats 

2. Formation « L’ESS à la conquête de nouveaux marchés »

Objectifs pédagogiques :

  • Découvrir le secteur de l’ESS, ses statuts et ses spécificités
  • Maitriser les enjeux et leviers de développement de l’ESS
  • Connaître les acteurs de l’innovation sociale sur le territoire national et les nouvelles filières

Modalités :

2 heures en distanciel.

Tarif :

Sur demande

Le programme de la formation :

  • L’ESS : définition et principes 
  • L’ESS : une économie attractive et innovante à zoom sur les secteurs d’activités innovants et illustration avec des portraits d’acteurs. Focus sur les Jeux de Paris 2024 et sur ESS 2024
  • L’ESS face à de nouveaux enjeux de professionnalisation et de développement
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