Regional Service Director of Employment and Training (SEF), Ginés Martínez, today announced the actions in employment and training will be conducted in the municipalities of Molina de Segura Fortuna to boost the labor market, which has meant an investment of over 2.5 million euros from the Ministry of Education, Training and Employment, and will allow direct hiring of more than 100 unemployed.
Martinez, with the mayor of Fortuna, Matías Carrillo, said at a news conference the Ministry will invest a total of 729,000 euros in the municipality through the Local Public Employment Programs, Workshop on Employment and Training Workshops, which will involve the hiring of 35 unemployed, and other training activities to improve the chances of finding 25 other unemployed.
SEF director further explained that the Ministry has for the Public Employment Program more than 166,000 euros, which will enable the City to hire 11 unemployed people for works of social interest and, as is the adaptation, maintenance and conservation of the Park Las Palmeras.
The town of Fortuna will also develop employment workshop 'Fortuna Thermal', with an investment exceeding the 518,000 euros, given an opportunity and employment training to 24 unemployed people in specialties such as cooking or restoration of degraded sites.
Ginés Martinez stressed the importance of training activities as a way to improve chances of integration of job seekers.
In this regard, he announced the award of several training courses, the amount of 44,700 euros, in which 25 unemployed may participate in the municipality of Fortuna.
Boost employment in Molina
The head of the SEF also presented, with the mayor of Molina de Segura, Eduardo Contreras, the employment and training activities to be developed this year in the town, amounting to over 1.8 million euros and will allow the recruitment of 68 unemployed.
The Ministry has awarded a grant of more than 488,000 the City Council to hire 28 unemployed, who will perform works of adaptation and maintenance of urban spaces.
In addition, it will launch the Employment Workshop 'Molina Next', with an investment of more than 860,000 euros, with the participation of 40 unemployed, which will be provided training through four workshops: home care, geriatrics, kitchen and renewable energy and the environment.
Employment also finance more than 470,000 euros, several training activities for a total of 225 unemployed people in courses of specialized care for Alzheimer's, assistant food industries, cooking, nursing and administrative staff, among others.