The Minister of Education, Training and Employment, Sotoca Constantine, closed today Employment Workshop 'Yecla incorporates' which represents an investment of 320,000 euros and has trained 15 local unemployed people, specializing in home help.
During the ceremony, the Minister, together with the mayor of Yecla, Mark Ortuño, presented the diplomas certifying the training received during the past year, and "allowed participants to provide health care services and home care to elderly and dependent municipality, "said Sotoca, who stressed the importance of workshops for Employment and" any initiative that currently generate employment and improve the conditions of the unemployed to find a job. "
In this regard, noted that 'Yecla Incorporates' "has not only allowed 15 people unemployed learn a trade but have also been productive work in one of the sectors most forward-looking and most likely employability, as is the Sector Unit, and the specialties linked to this sector, such as home help.
The Job Holder reiterated the "effort" being made by the regional government to mitigate the effects of the crisis on the local level and provide new opportunities for workers in the region.
"Opportunities, said that necessarily come from the hand of the training and initiatives like this that create jobs."
Sotoca recalled that "in the last year, despite the difficult situation we are experiencing, the Ministry has invested in the town of Yecla other 800,000 euros in various training and employment programs that have led to the hiring of 16 unemployed and training about 250 workers.