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Individualized Training Paths – PFI


900 hours

18-29 years

CFP Gianelli (formerly Lungro)
CFP Grottaferrata
CFP Saponaro



The general objective of the Courses is professionalization of the students. Each boy/girl benefits from an individualized training path which is characterized by:

  • flexibility
  • strong integration with local agents: schools, companies (both public and private)
  • continuous monitoring
  • ongoing verification and redesign of individualized training paths


The PFI is divided into 4 phases:

  • 1st phase: welcome, knowledge, first orientation to professions
  • 2nd phase: acquisition of basic general, working and communication skills, transferable to different tasks and contexts, i.e transversal
  • 3rd phase: acquisition and deepening of professional skills specifications (apprenticeship)
  • 4th phase: consolidation of professional skills and abilities, conscious confirmation and validation of self-awareness and one's own know-how (return), certification and outgoing support.

The curricular training internship (not aimed at hiring) represents the central moment of the entire path, indispensable for offering opportunities for individual experimentation in the world of work.

Areas of technical professional skills

  • IT-office work
  • Catering
  • Commerce, Services and Large-scale distribution
  • Agriculture-Gardening
  • Craftsmanship


900 hours/year, from September to June. The calendar follows the school calendar. The courses last two years, with the possibility of attending for a further 2 years.


Attendance is compulsory, from Monday to Friday, from 8.30am to 1.30pm. Training is carried out in the classroom, laboratory and internship.

Registration method

The courses have a limited number of places. Requests for pre-registrations are accepted from January to July of each year. To this end it is necessary to call - from Monday to Friday - the secretariat of the chosen location and make an appointment for an initial interview.


PFI courses are entirely free, financed by the Lazio Region and the European Social Fund and promoted by the Metropolitan City of Rome Capital.