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Fifteen women will be trained and will work as administrators for a year (05/04/2017)

Three benefits in one initiative.

That is what the Joint Program of Employment and Training 'Santomera 2016' will offer throughout the year, presented this morning at Casa Grande by the Mayor, Inma Sánchez Roca, and the Councilor for Employment and Training, Victor Egío.

Also present were the seventeen principal beneficiaries: the fifteen students, the teacher and another worker in charge of administrative support.

The first gain is that the fifteen students will be trained as administrative services assistants, opting to obtain the corresponding certificate of professionalism that later allows them to try to make a living in the sector.

The second, that during the next twelve months, until March 30, 2018, will receive the interprofessional minimum wage.

The third one, that its performance will have positive repercussions in the municipality, since during the last nine months after three others dedicated exclusively to their theoretical training they will work in practices like personnel of administrative support in different dependencies of the City council of Santomera.

The implementation of this program has been possible thanks to a grant of 222,328.35 euros granted by the Employment and Training Service (SEF), which will fully cover the salary expenses of the seventeen people hired.

"It is a remarkable amount and with a very important objective, because the administrations we must work to generate opportunities for the employment", indicated the mayoress.

"We hope you will learn a lot and that this experience will open new doors in the labor market, after a long period of unemployment," he added.

For his part, the Councilor for Employment and Training stressed that the fifteen beneficiaries are women because, "although it seems incredible, you continue to compete on an equal footing in the world of work."

He also stressed that the selection process has been marked by transparency and equality, "for which we replaced the traditional personal interview with a test of general knowledge," and that has taken into account the situation of need of the candidates through Of reducing objectives such as "the time they were unemployed or if they have children under their care".

In conclusion, he reported that unemployment is falling in Santomera well above the regional and national average "because we are betting on initiatives of this type", the "really productive economy" and "remove barriers to facilitate companies Be installed in our municipality. "

Source: Ayuntamiento de Santomera

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