The Government wants Cospedal Employment Workshops become Great Entrepreneurs Factories
The Department of Employment provides 135,000 euros to train twelve people for six months
Spain, May 17, 2013 – The Minister of Employment and the Economy of Castilla-La Mancha, Carmen Home, said that “the government led by Maria Dolores Cospedal wants every job shop business is a factory, to foster the development and economic work of our region. ”
Home has insisted that “we are developing these workshops throughout Castile-La Mancha have to contribute to raising students’ entrepreneurial concern and, therefore, make the end of them all are perfectly formed to start a business project solo or cooperatively, exploiting synergies born during the months of training. ”
During a visit to the town of Ciudad Socullamos, where he could learn about the workshop “Public Healthcare and local services, promotion of participation and social commitment” Home Carmen said that “through the Regional Centre Market have observed what actually increased employability sectors, to ensure that the investment made by the Government of Castilla-La Mancha has the most efficient way. ”
Casero, accompanied by the delegate of the Board in Ciudad Real, Antonio Lucas Torres, recalled that “only from the Ministry of Employment and the Economy in 2013 we will allocate more than 95 million euros to promote workforce development in our region.”
Referring to the workshop, Casero recalled that the Government of Castilla-La Mancha is funded with 135,000 euros, of which use a total of 12 people for six months, and whose goals are the development of health and social care, local services and promoting social participation in rural areas as appropriate intervention strategy to respond to aging.
Thus, students will be trained in the development of traditional health and social care services in the home, as well as other new services from proximity, complementary, are developing innovative ways in some rural areas of our region .
Specifically describes the organization of services of interest to rural areas, such as accessible transportation, food at home, the loan of technical aids, the podiatry, coaching, workshops cognitive or mobile library. These services, in addition to seeking a more comprehensive, encourage participation and improve the quality of life of dependent people living in these environments, and contribute markedly to a dynamic and create new jobs in rural areas.
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