The City Council of Marbella will allocate 70,000 euros to offer 11 free courses aimed at unemployed people, which are related to the service sector and are will be taught in person in the last quarter of the year with 205 placesas reported on Wednesday by the Councilor for Employment, Cristóbal Garre.
The mayor has highlighted in a press conference, in which he has been accompanied by the advisor of the area, Alejandro Freijó, that the courses are part of the ‘municipal training plan for training for employment’, an initiative with which “460 places until 2024” will be offered.
Garre has highlighted that the main objective of the delegation he leads is “expand employability opportunities of unemployed people, as well as that “companies provide the highest quality in their products and services”, for what they need “investment and talent”.
It is in the latter that the area wants to influence with a training offer designed within the framework of “un ambitious project from 2022 to 2024 where we launched more than 200 training courses for 8,000 places”, which will be developed both online and in person, and which aims to cover the training needs after analyzing the productive fabric of the city, he pointed out.
Specifically, the councilor has detailed that the call that opens now brings together a total of 11 courses related to the services sector which will be taught in person in the last quarter of the year, during the months of October and November, for which 205 training places will be offered.
For this, he has indicated that the City Council has drawn up a “technical specification” that has been resolved with several successful bidderswho have to have classrooms to teach the courses in the city in person, has indicated the mayor, who has indicated that the iEntries can be made from September 1 to 15 both electronically and in the Employment delegations of Marbella, Nueva Andalucía and San Pedro Alcántara.
Among the requirements, he highlighted that applicants must be “over 16 years of age”, be “registered” in the city and “iRegistered as jobseekers” in the Andalusian Employment Service (SAE).
For his part, Freijó specified that the training offer is made up of courses in ‘Phytosanitary producer applicator’, ‘Food and allergen handler’, ‘Basic operations for the maintenance of gardens, parks and green areas’, ‘Prevention, detection and control of pests in trees and ornamental palms’, ‘Pruning techniques’, ‘Irrigation techniques’ or ‘Manipulator of loads with forklift trucks ‘. In addition, courses will be given on “preparation of the B1 accreditation exams for English and elementary French for flatsthe “professional for the transport of goods” C and D for trucks and buses respectively, and the ‘Legionella’ course, he added.
The advisor has indicated that the courses have a duration of between 5 and 140 hours, depending on the selection, and has a capacity that ranges between “15 and 25” students. Regarding the tender, he highlighted that initially “the budget was around 100,000 euros”, but that has finally been left at about “70,000” after the offers presented by the bidders, with a total of “5 successful bidders”.