Stresses that the regional government is committed to training "as an entry or return to employment"
Spain, February 21, 2013 -- The CEO of Training for Employment of Castilla-La Mancha, Paloma Barredo, said that "training improves the ability to find employment, the adequacy of workers in the region needs business community. "
After the meeting with the director of the Open University in Albacete, Eduardo Garcia Sanchez, to explore possibilities for future collaboration in training for employment can occur between the regional administration and the Open University, Barredo said that "the Government of Castilla-La Mancha has made a major effort to improve regulation and management training courses that are truly a gateway or return to the workplace. "
Barredo recalled that the regional government for the training revolves around several axes, such as the promotion of innovation and entrepreneurship, in line with the implementation and development of the Law on Entrepreneurs, Self-employed and SMEs, the partnership between business and education, increasing the number of courses that are associated with professional practices, furthering professional certificates, since "it is important that workers can demonstrate training with" empowerment skills language or the adequacy of training offered to the skills demanded by encouraging the provision of those specialties that are considered a priority by Regional Market Observatory.
Barredo also said that "the Government of Castilla-La Mancha is making a great effort to raise the level of basic skills, especially in young people, and that training facilitates their employment."
Action Plan for Youth Employment
The Director General of Education has stressed the importance of the Action Plan on Youth Employment that, in his opinion, "provides opportunities for the youth of our region."
This year, as explained by the director general, has opted for courses "carrying with it not only a commitment to hire 60 percent, but also to a lesser extent, to try to harness the power of labor recruitment Castilla-La Mancha. "
Barredo said that "ensuring quality delivery, we have opted for closer ties with the accreditation process." In fact, as has been proven, the 90.4 percent of the training courses are associated with professional certificates, and 87 percent are training actions with labor practices in companies.
Finally, also referred to training that promotes linguistic competence. In this sense, has reported the approval of 52 language courses (English, French and German) for a total of 780 students and, as a novelty, also approved eight courses to be taught bilingual-English-tourism promotion, management assistance and marketing and international sales. "
In line with European Union guidelines, Castilla-La Mancha enhance e-learning and quality control for all specialties and, specifically, in the languages.
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