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Fifteen unemployed youth from Alcantarilla specialize in the cleaning sector with a Community program (16/02/2018)

The initiative, developed by the Obra Social Marist Brothers, has a subsidy of SEF of 123,000 euros

Fifteen unemployed young people from Alcantarilla with little qualification are being trained to work in the cleaning sector with a program of the Ministry of Employment, Universities and Business, through the Employment and Training Service (SEF), which alternates training with work paid.

The initiative, which has a grant of 123,000 euros, is developed by Marist Brothers, a social entity that works to promote the inclusion of residents of the San José neighborhood.

Specifically, the nine-month program will allow improving the employment options of the participants, young people between 16 and 24 years of age with special difficulties in finding work due to their little or no training, with obtaining a certificate of professionalism of cleaning in open spaces and industrial facilities.

This official degree, in addition to accrediting their skills in this professional branch, will train students to work, for example, as street cleaning workers and waste collection workers, both in town halls and in companies in the sector.

The general director of the SEF, Alejandro Zamora, visited the participants of this program today, together with the mayor of Alcantarilla, Joaquín Buendía, and the director of the Obra Social Marist Brothers, José Tenorio.

"From the regional government we are convinced that there is no more effective measure to promote the social integration of vulnerable groups than employment, hence we will continue to strengthen the link with social entities, which are the ones that best know their needs. training, a key piece to improve the positioning of these people in the labor market, "he said.

Currently, students are doing the theoretical part of the three-month program, which is taught at the Marist Brothers' facilities.

These classes will serve to bring students closer to the specific knowledge of this professional area, such as waste treatment, different cleaning techniques and safety and hygiene standards, among others.

With regard to the practical phase, which constitute the six months of effective employment, students will be hired by this nonprofit entity to perform cleaning and conditioning of the streets of the neighborhood of San José and the industrial estate of the location.

Improve the employment of vulnerable groups

Hermanos Maristas is, together with La Huertecica, Diagrama and Aidemar Foundation, one of the four non-profit organizations in the region that received a grant this year from the Employment Council to train and employ for a period of between nine and twelve months to 64 unemployed, most of them at risk of social exclusion.

Specifically, the SEF earmarked 832,000 euros this year to develop mixed employment and training programs that serve to improve the labor insertion of these groups.

This item is increased by 337,000 euros compared to the previous year, which had 495,000 euros.

In 2015 the allocation was 396,000 euros.

Also, the number of beneficiary students-workers have gone from 29 in 2015 to 42 in 2016, to finally reach 64 this year.

The 'Strategy for Quality Employment' includes a specific program for the unemployed at risk of exclusion and belonging to vulnerable groups.

Among the actions that it includes, training, orientation, promotion of hiring and professional practices in companies, as well as measures to support the establishment as self-employed.

Source: CARM

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