The Summer Camp is a summer event organised by the INPS with a special call for tender, that provides residential training courses, intended for those registered with the Teachers and School Managers Assistance Scheme and aimed at professional qualification.
Teachers and school officials coming from the role of director of education, indefinitely, in primary schools and state nurseries schools may participate in the Summer Camps.
The courses run during July and August over five consecutive weeks, for six hours a day, including board, lodging, and recreational and cultural activities. The minimum number of participants for each course is 15 people, and the maximum is 50. If the number of tender participants exceeds the number of places available, a ranking will be drawn up at the end of a selective test.
In order to be admitted to the competition, the applicant must be permanently employed and registered with the Teachers and School Managers Assistance Scheme. They must additionally belong to one of the following categories: school officials coming from the role of director of education; nurseries school teachers; primary school teachers.
When can I claim?
The claim may only be submitted after the call for tender has been published.
How can I claim?
The claim must be submitted exclusively digitally, through the dedicated online service that can be accessed through login details, with the methods indicated in the notice.
The applicants, while completing the claim, will be able to register for the relevant training course in the category to which they belong, indicating the order of preference. The choices carried out will be processed by the information system and the courses that register the highest number of first choices will be automatically initiated. If the course indicated as first choice is not initiated, the candidate will automatically be registered with their second choice, or third, and so on. If none of the selected courses are initiated, the candidate will be excluded from the initiative.
In case of particular difficulties encountered while using the digital system, the applicant may submit their claim by phoning the Contact Centre on +39 803 164, free from Italian landlines, or +39 06 164 164 from mobile phones.