Employment opens the registration for the 'BENIDORM INCLUSIÓN' training plan for unemployed young people
The plan will reach 45 people between 16 and 30 years and contemplates three itineraries: sports activities, restoration of buildings and landscaping
The Department of Employment and Local Development has opened the registration period for the training plan 'BENIDORM INCLUISIÓn' aimed at unemployed young people between 16 and 30 years, financed by the European Social Fund for Youth Guarantee, and for which a subsidy of 100,990.22 euros was obtained through the Ministry of the Presidency and for Territorial Administrations.
This plan, which will benefit 45 young people, contemplates three training itineraries: sports and recreational activities in the tourist area, maintenance and restoration of buildings, and landscaping and maintenance of green tourist areas.
In each of these itineraries 15 unemployed young people will receive specific training, who will carry out non-work practices in companies and at the end of the project will receive a certificate of professionalism. Specifically, and depending on the itinerary, you will obtain the certificate of 'Auxiliary activities in nurseries, gardens and garden centers', 'Auxiliary operations of continuous coatings under construction', and 'Physical-sports and recreation'.
The courses are free with a scholarship of 400 euros per month for attendance and begin on November 2 and depending on the specialty will last until the end of February, March or April. For the 'Auxiliary activities in nurseries, gardens and garden centers', and 'Auxiliary operations of continuous coatings under construction' no academic requirements are required, while for 'Physical-sporting and recreational animation' participants must to possess the Bachelor or equivalent.
Interested young people can inquire and collect applications for registration with the Employment and Local Development Agency.