Our integration projects help create a real dynamic in our areas of intervention in terms of employment, training and attractiveness.
Our work sites contribute to the economic and social dynamism of the regions by enabling the training and qualification of job seekers. After their stay at ACTA VISTA, 50% of the people trained go on to work in the construction sector and 50% in other sectors of activity (catering, security, cleaning, commerce, logistics, etc.).
ACTA VISTA can thus support companies in their recruitment needs and guide employees in integration at the end of their training. Their time at ACTA VISTA will have enabled them to acquire the codes of the company, to show their reliability, their motivation and their adaptability.
Our workcamps are a real springboard towards employment and more concretely they offer to the jobseekers of the territories:
Since the beginning, we have developed a particular attention to the preservation of our environment.
This commitment can be seen at different levels:
Our work is carried out in an eco-construction approach by using the old know-how of the building industry:
And modern techniques of eco-construction:
A working group led by employees of the association has initiated concrete actions: clean mobility package, purchase of computer and electronic equipment from refurbishing platforms, recycling, responsible purchasing, use of ecological products for cleaning, installation of water jugs to replace plastic bottles, etc.
But we are aware that we must go much further and that a real revolution must take place within structures such as ours.
New and very concrete measures, supported by our teams, will be implemented in the coming months.
In order to better understand its social model and improve the measurement of its impact, ACTA VISTA has partnered with the SoMuM Institute of Aix-Marseille University to study the social impact of its actions by a team of researchers, in order to develop an evaluation tool by extending it to all components of inclusion.
The economic impact of our actions has also been measured thanks to a study conducted by McKinsey & Company in 2010