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install networks fix water supply training

Training to install and fix water supply networks

Training to install and fix water supply networks.

The students of the PFAE Fuerteventura Abastece are trained in the certificate of professionalism in assembly and maintenance of water networks

A total of 15 student workers from the PFAE Abastece Fuerteventura of the Cabildo have been trained for a year to obtain the level 2 certificate of professionalism in network assembly and maintenance. In this way, the Ministry of Employment Promotion has trained future professionals for their incorporation into the labor market in a sector that demands specialized professionals.

The Minister of Employment Promotion, Nuria Cabrera, explains that "we have oriented the PFAE to the job profiles demanded by the market, training them for their access to the labor market"

The student workers have been trained to carry out different tasks, assembly and maintenance of networks. The Minister of Water, Adargoma Hernández, thanked the support they have provided to the Fuerteventura Water Supply Consortium (CAAF), reinforcing actions in the different municipalities of the island.

This employment programme is funded by the Canary Islands Employment Service, the State Public Employment Service (SEPE) and the Cabildo Insular de Fuerteventura, through the Canary Islands Development Fund (FDCAN).
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