The Councilor for Youth, José Antonio Zafra, has announced the launch of the 'Leisure and Free Time Monitor' course, which will train 25 young people in pedagogical, leadership and group dynamization skills for leisure and time free.
In addition, this course is associated with training in multi-adventure activities, robotics, drone flying and 3D printing, expanding the training to facilitate access to the labor market.It is free and the people who take it will have an Official Certificate of it.It is an intensive and face-to-face course of 330 hours, which will be taught in the morning, from 8:00 a.m.
to 2:00 p.m., starting on Monday, September 21.Those interested in registering must be at least 18 years old, be beneficiaries of the Youth Guarantee and, in addition, must have the ESO certificate.
Registration can be done now at the Youth Space, until September 16.According to the mayor, "it is a good opportunity for all those young people interested in accessing this type of work, since they will be able to take this course for free and without having to travel outside of Cehegín."The course is carried out and managed by the Red Cross in collaboration with the Cehegín City Council and its Youth Department, aimed at beneficiary participants of the Youth Employment Operational Program.
POEJ; Second opportunities for Training and learning, subsidized by the European Social Fund.For more information, you can call the Espacio Joven telephone number, 968723569.
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Source: Ayuntamiento de Cehegín