The Government of Castilla-La Mancha is Adapting Training to the Labor Market Needs

The Director General of Education notes that "in this way we are enhancing the employability of our workers"

Online PR News – 05-April-2013 – Spain – The director general of the Ministry of Education Employment and the Economy, Paloma Barredo, said that "the government is undertaking Cospedal appropriate training to the labor market, ie, we focus on the present and future of our workers. It is not about spending, but investing ".

This was said Barredo during the presentation of diplomas to ten people with disabilities who have completed a training course at the company Cofán Field Criptana from Almida Association, with the mayor of the town, Lucas Santiago Torres.

During the ceremony, the Director General said that "This training is an example of public-private partnership between government and business to increase the employability of workers."

Thus Barredo said that "the Government has developed a strategy with the social partners to ensure that the training is as effective as possible, adapting to the needs of the labor market. In this way, we achieve a common benefit for both workers and companies move in and drive economic regeneration of Castilla-La Mancha "
As an example, Barredo has reported that three of the ten students who completed the training course and have joined the labor market, "which shows that this training is meeting its objectives."

During the presentation of diplomas, the Director General of Education pointed out that the Government of Castilla-La Mancha has approved 492 training courses that will give a total of 7,280 students with a count of more than 267,000 hours, "something that improves skills and employability of all of them to access the labor market. "

The total amount of the grant is approved for the region of 22,863,005 euros and professional families have been the most popular of Directors and management, Sociocultural and Community Services, Hospitality and Tourism and Information and Communications.

Barredo has also stressed the importance of professional certificates, which said that "80.5 percent of them, ie 396 courses, certificates correspond to entail a formal title."

Finally, the Director General of Education has said that "it is essential that we continue to work in the same direction to achieve a brighter future employment."

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