The mayor of Fortuna, D.
Matias Carrillo, accompanied by the Director of Employment and Training, D.
Gines Martinez, Councilman Personal, D.
Miguel Romero, and the other members of the government team have closed in the morning Employment Workshop "Thermal Fortuna," which began a year ago, and which involved 24 student-workers in the modules and Kitchen Gardening - Waiter / a restaurant and bar, to whom has delivered awards and diplomas proving the knowledge gained throughout this course.
Matias Carrillo noted the success with which this project has been completed, having achieved the main objective which was launched a year ago, which is all about delivering a professional qualification to workers who have participated, acquiring professional knowledge and work experience necessary to enable them to be inserted into the working world in terms of hospitality and gardening, in addition to carrying out environmental restoration activities and restoration of native topsoil, affecting areas of the municipality with a clear natural value, historical and tourism, but before starting this project were very devastated both by the hand of man by nature
As for the module Kitchen and Restaurant-Bar Waiter, students, workers have had the opportunity to acquire knowledge of both new and traditional techniques with respect to the world of hospitality, from kitchen to customer service, always under the criteria of health, safety and quality, leading to convey a professional image to allow boost hospitality industry of Fortuna.
In addition, the mayor of Fortuna has reiterated its intention to continue to call the Employment and Training Service and the Regional Government more projects of this type, which enable the employability of unemployed people by performing work or services of general interest and social, that enable students to workers carrying out effective work with occupational training received seek their professional qualifications and to support their employability.
The project has a budget of â‚¬ 530,437.44 funded by the European Social Fund and funded by the Employment and Training Service and the City of Fortuna.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Fortuna