| The 32 students of this program, under 25 years of age, will be trained in various specialties for a year, being hired in training by the City Council for the last 9 months | The Mixed Program of Employment and Training "San José 1", launched on September 1 in Molina de Segura by the Department of Policies for Training and Labor Insertion, has among its actions the construction of changing rooms in the field 7-a-side football club in the San José-Los Ángeles neighborhood, in addition to the maintenance of buildings and public areas. The Mayor of the town, Esther Clavero Mira, together with the Councilor for Policies for Training and Labor Insertion, Eliseo García Cantó, visited the 32 students of this mixed program at the facilities today, Thursday, September 10 from the Workshop School. The program, aimed at people under 25 years of age, lasts 12 months and is carried out in the specialties of; auxiliary masonry operations for factories and roofs; furniture installation; domestic plumbing and heating-air conditioning operations; and stick and TIG welding. The Councilor for Policies for Training and Labor Insertion, Eliseo García Cantó, explained that during the first three months of the program, students will receive training to obtain a Certificate of Professionalism in the specialties taught.
In this phase, they will also receive an assistance grant with an amount of 9 euros per day.
As of December 1, the students will be hired by the Molina de Segura City Council for a period of 9 months, during which time they will develop work practices and effective work.
The contract that is formalized will be for training and they will receive 75% of the SMI. This Mixed Employment and Training Program is financed by the Regional Employment and Training Service (SEF) and co-financed by the Molina de Segura City Council.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Molina de Segura