| The facilities have been prepared for the launch of the "San José 1" Mixed Employment and Training Program, whose beginning is scheduled for September 1 | The Molina de Segura City Council, before the start on September 1 of the Mixed Employment and Training Program "San José 1", has carried out a series of actions at the Headquarters of the Workshop School with the aim of adapting it at the protection distances required in the pandemic situation by COVID-19. The Mayor of Molina de Segura, Esther Clavero Mira, together with the Councilor for Policies for Training and Labor Insertion, Eliseo García Cantó, visited the facilities today to learn about the results of the works undertaken. García Cantó explained that non-structural changes have been made, regarding the distribution and organization of classrooms and workshops and the adaptation of furniture, proceeding to the removal of a partition in workshops, the increase in meters in classrooms and the creation of a classroom of 130 m², through wooden enclosures, all with the purpose of guaranteeing the safety distance between the students in all the facilities. The City Council plans, among its actions, to provide workshops with a greater number of tools to prevent students from sharing them, thus minimizing risks. These actions will be accompanied in addition to a new organization, in terms of access, breaks, establishing rules for the movement of staff throughout the school, guaranteeing the safety distance and avoiding crowds.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Molina de Segura