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A fortnight of unemployed people from Yecla specialize in the care of dependent persons (11/04/2018)

The initiative has had a subsidy from the SEF of 222,300 euros

A total of 15 unemployed people from Yecla have specialized in caring for dependents at home with a Community program that, for a year, has alternated theoretical training and paid work.

The project has had a grant of 222,300 euros from the Ministry of Employment, Universities and Enterprise, through the Regional Employment and Training Service (SEF).

These twelve months of training have allowed students, aged between 24 and 54 years, to acquire the knowledge and skills necessary to work as home help aides, home care assistants or caregivers of the elderly, people with disabilities and convalescents at home, among other positions.

For this, the participants have had to successfully complete the different phases that make up this training program, and that have brought them closer to the specific knowledge of caring for dependent people through the realization of modules such as care, social health, care and psychosocial support, as well as communication techniques, among others.

The participants received today from the general director of the Regional Service of Employment and Training (SEF), Alejandro Zamora, a certificate of professionalism in the specialty for which they have been trained, in an act that has also been attended by the mayor of the municipality, Marcos Ortuño.

During his speech, Zamora stressed the importance of having a certificate of professionalism today because "companies, when expanding their staff, choose candidates who, in addition to having the necessary preparation to perform the job offered, have a official document that accredits it ".

Specifically, the program has offered participants a total of 1,800 hours of training, of which 600 have corresponded to theoretical classes and 1,200 to paid work, which has constituted the eminently practical phase of the training project.

For this, this fortnight of unemployed were hired by the City of Yecla to serve people dependent on the municipality, through the Home Help Service (SAD) of the Municipal Center for Social Services.

Good evolution of employment

Prior to the delivery of certificates, Alejandro Zamora held a meeting with Mayor Marcos Ortuño, where he addressed the employment programs that will be launched soon in the municipality, as well as other possible collaborations that serve to boost employment in the town , especially among the groups that have more difficulties to find work.

In addition, we analyzed the evolution of employment data in the town, where unemployment has fallen by 201 people in the last twelve months, which is a drop of 6.7 percent.

With regard to job creation, the number of members in the municipality has increased by 3.4 percent, rising 420 people in the last year.

Source: CARM

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