By Linda Hall • 14 November 2019 • 12:00
DIAGNOSIS: Laura Sevilla (right) discussing survey with Alfaz mayor, Vicente Arques
Photo credit: Alfaz town hall
ALFAZ town hall is carrying out a survey to discover residents’ perceptions, habits and opinions regarding municipal training courses.
Until November 28, the L’Alfas em Forma programme is seeking the views of 600 people via questionnaires available at the Youth Information Centre (CIJA), the Occupational Training Centre (CFO) and the Equality department located on the ground floor at the town hall.
Interviewers will also be stopping people to hear their ideas in the town centre, Albir sea front, at the Casa de Cultura, the health centre, the Paul Gasol sports complex and the L’Arabi secondary school.
“This way we can find out at first hand the habits and opinions of the local population and adapt the municipal courses to their interests and needs,” said Alfaz’s Youth councillor Laura Sevilla.
“Each month, everybody who enrols in L’Alfas em Forma receives up-to-date information on municipal courses,” Sevilla explained.
Nevertheless, the findings of the survey will now enable “L’Alfas em Forma” – the town hall’s strategic training project – to diagnose residents’ real requirements.
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