The participants of the program, co-financed by the European Social Fund, receive a certificate of professionalism that improves their employability
The students of 'BENIDORM INCLUSION' plan conclude their training
The students of the 'Maintenance and restoration of buildings' itinerary of the training project 'BENIDORM INCLUSION' have completed their training process after completing the internships at various municipal concession companies such as Actúa, Hidraqua, Sice, OHL-Servicio Ingesan and Aquambiente.
The eight students who have completed the training project have received a diploma of their participation from the mayor, Toni Pérez; or from the first deputy mayor, Ana Pellicer; and the Councilor for Employment and Local Development, Mª Jesús Pinto. An act that has been attended by representatives of the concession companies that have collaborated in the project, and the tutors and teachers who have supervised and trained the students during the 520 hours of 'BENIDORM INCLUSION'. A period time that has been divided into specific training for obtaining the certificate of professionalism, complementary training, non-work practices and tutoring.
The mayor has said that the objective of the program "is that students have more job opportunities" thanks to obtaining the certificate of professionalism in 'Auxiliary operations of continuous and under construction' that they will receive from Servef. He has also indicated that "you have left a mark on the companies in which you have done your practices", to which he thanked his involvement in this training program developed through the Agency for Employment and Local Development (AEDL).
'BENIDORM INCLUSION' 'is a project of the City of Benidorm co-financed by the Youth Employment initiative of the European Social Fund with 91.8% of a budget that totals € 100,990.22.
The initiative has consisted of three training itineraries: "Auxiliary activities in nurseries, gardens and garden centers", "Auxiliary operations of continuous and under construction coatings" and "Physical-sport and recreational animation". They have trained 45 people (15 by specialty), aged between 16 and 29 years, beneficiaries of the National Youth Guarantee System. The students have received a monthly scholarship of 400 euros for their participation.