The Marble School of Fines, a training centre attached to the Andalusian Employment Service and National Reference Centre for Vocational Training in the family of Extractive Industries, has opened until 16 March the application period for access to a training itinerary that has 15 places to train unemployed people in ‘Crafting of products and works of craftsmanship, laying of natural stone and prevention of occupational hazards’.
This itinerary will be the sixth training action to be launched within the 2021-2023 programme of the Marble School, which includes eight actions (seven itineraries of various specialities and a teaching course of the FPE, the latter already underway). The programme totals 3,910 teaching hours, including work experience in companies, and is aimed at 120 unemployed people in total. The training responds to the needs of natural stone companies and the occupations most in demand in the sector.
The itinerary of craftsmanship and laying of natural stone will be developed from May to December 2022, with a total of 635 teaching hours. The students will receive qualifications in the elaboration of final products in natural stone, artisan elaboration of works in stone, placement of singular elements of this material and basic prevention of occupational hazards in construction. In addition, the itinerary is complemented with training in labour insertion and job search techniques.
The training itineraries are made up of several courses that can be of different levels and that involve training in skills demanded by the labour market.
Interested persons may submit their applications preferably electronically through the digital register of the Regional Government of Andalusia. They can also be submitted at the Territorial Delegation of Employment, Training, Self-Employment, Economic Transformation, Industry, Knowledge and Universities, the General Registry of the Regional Government or any other official registry. The application form is available at https://juntadeandalucia.es/export/drupaljda/002598_A00_V06_00_Solicitud_participaci%C3%B3n_desempleados.pdf. Further information is available at https://lajunta.es/3fb2r, by e-mail at email@example.com, by telephone at 950034916 or at any office of the Andalusian Employment Service.