The Estepona City Council informs that, as of next October 4, it will begin to teach new courses free of charge that are included in the Municipal Training Plan, which is endowed with half a million euros.
This training action is intended to facilitate the labor insertion of long-term unemployed, women and vulnerable groups. The Deputy Mayor of the Economic, Innovation and Human Resources area, José María Ayala, has indicated that this new call for courses is included within the EDUSI ‘Estepona, Garden of the Costa del Sol’, which is co-financed by the European Development Fund regional within the framework of the Pluriregional Operational Program of Spain (POPE) 2014-2020.
Those interested will have until September 17 to present their applications at the SOCE SLU Academy, located at Calle Camelias number 2. They must present the duly completed registration form that they will find at https: /www.formacionecos.es/plan- de-formation-edusi-estepona, as well as the supporting documentation of belonging to the EDUSI-Estepona zone. Likewise, the requirements to be eligible for these courses can be found on the ECOS Group website and at www.estepona.es in the EDUSI section.
In this new call, the following training actions are offered:
* Training program ‘Key competences level 2 for Certificates of Professionalism without languages: communication in Spanish and mathematical competence (240 teaching hours).
* Certificate of Professionalism Level 2: HOTRO508: Bar-Cafeteria Services (640 teaching hours).
* Certificate of professionalism Level 2: HOTRO608: Restaurant Services (580 hours).
This training offered in each of the courses of the Municipal Training Plan, aims to adapt to the needs of the economic model of the area, increasing their professionalism and qualification.
In this sense, we have worked together with the Estepona business fabric, so that the training adapts to the needs of the area’s economy and allows increasing the professionalism of activities especially related to tourism and health.
Within this plan, comprehensive action strategies have been designed to facilitate social inclusion, combat discrimination and promote equal opportunities to improve the situation of vulnerable groups, with the main objective of increasing the quality of life of the people of Estepona through professionalization and job qualification.