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188 unemployed young people from La Unión train in sectors that create more employment in the municipality with 16 Community courses (16/10/2017)

The classes have been given in Aula Nova, one of the entities that has received a grant from the SEF to develop the specific training plan for this group

A total of 188 young people from La Unión who do not study or work have been trained this year in the skills and abilities that are most demanding the companies of the municipality, through 16 free courses in the Community.

These actions are part of the specific training plan that the Ministry of Employment, Universities and Enterprise, through the Regional Employment and Training Service (SEF), has launched this year to improve employment options for unemployed young people under 30 years.

This training offer, which has been given in Aula Nova, has included training in different families and professional areas, all of them with great work projection in this municipality of the region of the Campo de Cartagena.

In addition, these courses have also enabled these young people from La Unión who are not employed or educated to start or improve their language or computer skills.

The SEF's director general, Alejandro Zamora, gave participants today a diploma in the specialty for which they have been trained, at a ceremony also attended by the Mayor of La Unión, Pedro López.

With this title, these young people can now accredit the professional skills acquired during these months of training, which increases their chances of finding work.

During the event, Zamora stressed that "it is a training offer tailored to the positions and skills demanded by companies in the area, so that the chances that these young people find a job after the end of the training period increase notably".

In particular, nine of the 16 courses offered lead to a professional certificate valid throughout the national territory, which are concentrated mainly in the professional families of administration and management and computer science and communications.

In total, 105 students have been trained in various specialties such as 'Administrative Management Activities' and 'Accounting Management and Administrative Management for Auditing', among others.

As for the language offer, with 50 places, this has improved the level of English of the unemployed under 30 years with two courses, one of level A2 and one of level B1.

They have also been able to start in German with two professional German courses of levels A1 and A2.

Upon completion of these actions, external entities such as Cambridge or Trinity will certify the level of the student, which will reinforce the profile of these young people as candidates for employment.

A total of 33 unemployed young people have taken part in one of the courses in Computing ('Web page design and publishing', 'Integration of software components in web pages' and 'Office') taught in Aula Nova in the framework of Youth Guarantee program.

Training, key to boost youth employment

Aula Nova was one of the entities that received a grant from the Ministry of Employment, Universities and Business this year through the SEF to develop the Youth Guarantee courses, which include four types of teaching: languages, information and communication, access to certificates of professionalism, and guidance to start up a company.

It is the first time that the Community has launched a training program aimed specifically at this group of young people enrolled in Youth Guarantee, for which it has the collaboration of the European Social Fund.

One of the main criteria to take into account in the design of this offer has been that this training is ultimately adapted to what is currently required by companies.

Source: CARM

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