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puerto 41 cleaning jobseekers join rosario program intensive

41 jobseekers will join the "intensive" cleaning program in Puerto del Rosario
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From Diario de Fuerteventura

Quote: The 'Inserta' employment program has enabled the activation of an "intensive" cleaning campaign in Puerto del Rosario, employing a total of 41 people.

The objective, according to the City Council of Puerto del Rosario, is to "improve the conditions" of those registered to find work, through the "improvement of work skills in the development of activities of social utility, cleaning and cleaning."

At the beginning of this week they intervened in the area of the Pilón Ravine and next week they will do so in the Charco area, more specifically in the surroundings of the power station or the Herbania sports club.
The City Council indicated that it is a program for the development of employment-generating projects in collaboration with the local corporations of the archipelago, which incorporate training plans that improve the employability of participating workers, aimed at long-term unemployed, in the year 2018.

The beneficiaries have been jobseekers who have not obtained the ESO, and long-term unemployed, to whom training is provided, preferably aimed at the acquisition, where appropriate, of the basic skills that will enable access to obtaining of the title of graduate in Compulsory Secondary Education.

Or, says the Consistory, training is offered aimed at acquiring key skills that facilitate access to obtaining certificates of professionalism level two.

I just hope they'll do the program in every single town. Clean island will attract more tourists and get more people employed. It shouldn't be that hard to understand. Huh
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Some cleaning's finally happening in Caleta de Fuste and Antigua.
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The cleaning up programme in Caleta and Antigua - https://rtvaguacabra.com/noticias/operac...fuste.html
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The PFAE "Inserta" continues with its intensive cleaning campaign



   41 people who were unemployed, act since last February in different areas of the municipality. Earlier this week they did it in the town of El Matorral

   Next week they will intervene in the town of Los Estancos.

The main objective of this project is to improve the employability conditions of student-workers both through the improvement of work skills in the development of socially useful activities, cleaning and grooming; and as well as through training improvement with obtaining key competences.
It is a Program for the development of employment generating projects in collaboration with the Municipal Local Corporations of the Autonomous Community of the Canary Islands, in which training plans are incorporated to improve the employability of the participating workers, aimed at long-term unemployed , in the year 2018.
The beneficiaries have been jobseekers who have not obtained the ESO, and long-term unemployed, to whom training is provided, preferably aimed at the acquisition, where appropriate, of the basic skills that will enable access to obtaining of the title of graduate in Compulsory Secondary Education (ESO) and / or training aimed at acquiring key skills that facilitate access to obtaining certificates of professionalism level 2.




Courtesy of www.puertodelrosario.org


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We saw the team at work in El Matorral on Monday doing a great job all over the town clearing rubbish and weeds, sorry I didn't take a picture.
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Money well spend. Hope it isn't just an one time thing, I'm sure there's plenty of work to keep group of 40 cleaners busy all year round.
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(13-03-2019, 11:02 AM)Sam Wrote: Money well spend. Hope it  isn't just an one time thing, I'm sure there's plenty of work to keep group of 40 cleaners busy all year round.

I agree, help keep people in a job and improve the general appearance of the place.
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41 people who were unemployed, act since last February in different areas of the municipality. At the beginning of this week they did it in the town of Los Estancos (north of the capital).

Next week they will intervene in the town of La Asomada (also north of Puerto).

The main objective of this project is to improve the employability conditions of student-workers both through the improvement of work skills in the development of socially useful activities, cleaning and grooming; and as well as through training improvement with obtaining key competences.

It is a Program for the development of employment generating projects in collaboration with the Municipal Local Corporations of the Autonomous Community of the Canary Islands, in which training plans are incorporated to improve the employability of the participating workers, aimed at long-term unemployed , in the year 2018.

The beneficiaries have been jobseekers who have not obtained the ESO, and long-term unemployed, to whom training is provided, preferably aimed at the acquisition, where appropriate, of the basic skills that will enable access to obtaining of the title of graduate in Compulsory Secondary Education (ESO) and / or training aimed at acquiring key skills that facilitate access to obtaining certificates of professionalism level 2.

Courtesy of www.puertodelrosario.org
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The intensive cleaning campaign reaches the town of Guisguey


The main objective of this project is to improve the employability conditions of student-workers both through the improvement of work skills in the development of socially useful activities, cleaning and grooming; and as well as through training improvement with obtaining key competences.

It is a Program for the development of employment generating projects in collaboration with the Municipal Local Corporations of the Autonomous Community of the Canary Islands, in which training plans are incorporated to improve the employability of the participating workers, aimed at long-term unemployed , in the year 2018.

The beneficiaries have been jobseekers who have not obtained the ESO, and long-term unemployed, to whom training is provided, preferably aimed at the acquisition, where appropriate, of the basic skills that will enable access to obtaining of the title of graduate in Compulsory Secondary Education (ESO) and / or training aimed at acquiring key skills that facilitate access to obtaining certificates of professionalism level 2.

... Puerto Lajas next week.
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Tesjuate and Los Llanos Pelaos should be clean by now, next week in Almácigo.
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