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13 Yecla unemployed improve their job options by training in the care of dependents with a Community program (02/06/2017)

The initiative has received a grant from the SEF of 220,000 euros

A total of 13 unemployed people from Yecla have completed a Community program which, through alternating theoretical training and paid work, has allowed them to specialize in the care of dependent people at home.

It is a mixed program of employment and training for a year that has received a grant of 220,000 euros from the Ministry of Employment, Universities and Enterprise, through the Regional Employment and Training Service (SEF).

After completing the training period, the students have obtained a certificate of professionalism in the specialty of 'Social and Health Care for dependent persons in the home', which increases their employment options by enabling them to work as helpers at home, care assistants Home caregivers, as well as caregivers of the elderly and disabled.

The director general of the SEF, Alejandro Zamora, today gave the participants a diploma in the specialty for which they have formed, in an event also attended by the mayor of the municipality, Marcos Ortuño.

With this title students can now accredit the professional skills acquired during these months of training and employment.

In this sense, Zamora insisted that "today having a certificate of professionalism opens many doors because, in addition to substantially improving the professional curriculum of job seekers, it is valued in any selection process as it is an official title with Validity throughout the country. "

The program has offered the participants a total of 1,832 hours of training, of which 611 have corresponded to the theoretical part and 1,221 paid work, which constitutes the practical phase of the training project.

Specifically, these 13 unemployed were hired by the City of Yecla to serve people dependent on the municipality through the municipal services of home help and family respite.

Following the conclusion of this initiative, 15 other unemployed people in the town have begun a new edition of the social-health care program for dependents who, for a year, will provide them with employment and training in this specialty.

Impulse to the employment of Yecla

Prior to the delivery of certificates, Alejandro Zamora met with the mayor of Yecla to address the training projects to be implemented soon in the municipality, as well as other possible collaborations that serve to boost employment in the locality, especially between The groups that have the most difficulties to find work.

The Consistory has contracted, for a period of six months, eight young people who do not study or work enrolled in Youth Guarantee through a program of Local Public Employment, which has a grant of SEF of 61,000 euros.

These unemployed children under 30 years are doing work to improve buildings and public spaces in the urban environment.

In addition, the meeting also analyzed the evolution of employment data in the locality, where unemployment has fallen in 458 people in the last twelve months, a fall of 13.7 percent.

With regard to job creation, the number of affiliates has increased by 5.4 per cent to 648 in the last year.

Source: CARM

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