‘EnRedateMás’: Malaga’s project aims to increase levels of employment throughout the province

Malaga's ‘enRedateMás’ project aims to increase levels of employment throughout the province. Image: Malaga Provincial Council

The Malaga Provincial Council’s training and employment project, ‘enRedateMás’, seeks to give those struggling to find work better access to the job market.

The Malaga Provincial Council is offering unemployed people the chance to participate in the training and employment project ‘enRedateMás’. On June 10, the details of the project, which will be carried out in seven municipalities, were published in the Official Bulletin of the Province.

The enRedateMás project is an initiative of the Malaga Provincial Council that is co-financed by the European Social Fund through the Operational Programme for Employment, Training and Education. A total of 120 people will benefit from the eight training programmes offered.

The fields of training offered are as follows: administrative assistant, in Arriate and Frigiliana (300 hours of training); restaurant and bar service, in Coin (300 hours); social network management, in Rincon de la Victoria (200 hours); introduction to computer skills, in Antequera (200 hours); early morning class and canteen monitor for schools, in Estepona (200 hours); and certificate of professionalism in social and health care for dependent people in social institutions, in Antequera and Cartama (495 hours).

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