Electrical installation and administration workshops for the unemployed in Albox

The territorial delegate of Employment, Business and Self-Employment, Amós García Hueso, and the mayor of Albox, María del Mar Alfonso Pérez, held a meeting with the 30 students from two Employment and Training projects promoted by the city council, and supported by the Junta de Andalucía with 725,780 euros. 

“These projects will provide participants with a complete theoretical and practical qualification that will improve their employability, and will also respond to the demand for qualified professionals in the specialties that will be taught: assembly and maintenance of low-voltage electrical installations and administrative management activities. “said Amós García.

Furthermore, he added that these are “occupations with high demand for professionals in the province and in the Almanzora region, as indicated by the studies of training needs that we are carrying out continuously to know first-hand the demands of the provincial productive fabric. in terms of qualified professionals, who are very useful to us in designing an effective Vocational Training for Employment offer.”

The provincial head of Employment has thanked the mayor of Albox “for having joined the Board’s efforts to make training actions available to her neighbors to improve their access to the world of work, such as these two projects”, and has encouraged the students to “take advantage of this opportunity to improve their options for finding employment through professional qualification,” noting that upon passing this training they will be able to apply for level 2 professional certificates.

Amós García has highlighted “the advantages that the students will acquire a solid preparation with quality theoretical training, and with the practices that they will do in different areas of work, making contact with the environment and real values ​​of work from the start of the project, also receiving a salary not less than the SMI.”

The territorial delegate has highlighted that “Vocational Training for Employment is a key active employment policy to improve the possibilities of finding work and increase the competitiveness of companies.” “We have given an important turn to Employment Training so that it is of higher quality, more adapted to the real needs of companies and, therefore, more effective for everyone. For this reason, we have increased by 14% the budget intended to support training actions like these in the 2024 budgets, providing this active employment policy with 287 million,” he added.

Likewise, he has reported that the two Albox projects are part of the set of 33 projects of the Employment and Training program that are being launched throughout the province, with 477 participants and an investment of 12.25 million by the Andalusian Government. “twice what was initially planned, since the budget had to be increased to respond to the high number of requests.”

For her part, the mayor of Albox, María del Mar Alfonso, pointed out that “at the Albox City Council we are very grateful to the Department of Employment and especially to our delegate in Almería, Amós García, because they work to help the municipalities. “With these Employment programs we give new training and employment opportunities to our unemployed”

“Our government team has worked from the first moment to be able to carry out these training programs that had not been carried out in the municipality for a long time. We are convinced that it will be a great boost for the thirty Albojenses who participate in both projects.”

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