Martínez Andreo remember that employers who hire these people want the City will credit up to 1,200 euros for each contract
The Mayor of Totana, José Martínez Andreo, Councillor for Social Welfare, Juan Carrion, and the general director of Pensions, Assessment and Inclusion Programs Murciano Institute for Social Action (IMAS), Juan Castillo, have been delivered last Friday diplomas skills courses actively seeking employment, basic social skills, training workshops in business and computer workshops.
Through these courses, integrated in the "Project Work: A step towards the employability, facilitating the social integration of people who are at risk of social inclusion through job search.
As explained by the communication manager of the Collective "The Candle," Eva Maria Leon, the project funded by the Instituto Murciano Social Action (IMAS), focuses on the group of populations at high risk and social situation exclusion.
These activities seek to identify barriers to the labor market, acquiring skills for job search.
However, during the three years that this project has been running have been a total of 141 participants in training or career guidance, with the result of 25 job placements and connection of these people with 102 companies.
The mayor of Social Welfare, Juan Carrion, has praised the work carried out by the Collective "The Candle", which thanks to the professionals working in this organization and through this project, about 150 people have been trained and have acquired techniques achieve a better quality of life through quality employment.
The Director General of Pensions and Assessment, John Brown, explained that the intervention focuses on the unemployed with special difficulties in the workplace.
Castaño has indicated that the Community project has invested over 120,000 euros for the financing of all courses.
In this regard, expressed his satisfaction for having a mayor and a team of government-conscious seeking employment for people most in need and through the efforts of this team are getting great social achievements.
For its part, the Mayor of Totana, José Martínez Andreo, thanked the collaboration of Totana companies that have worked on this project by helping students to acquire the necessary knowledge to develop different activities.
He has also stressed the importance of each of the estates that make the project work is developed in Totana, from "The Candle", the departments of Welfare and Employment, the regional government and local entrepreneurs who have received recognition for their work on this project.
However, Martínez Andreo recalled that since the summer of 2008, the council has put in place tax credits for hiring young people in social exclusion, such as neighbors, which have now established their training in courses taken out by "The Candle."
The mayor explained that anyone who wants to hire employer, at least six months, any person who has completed the courses, you may contact the Consistory, as the tax credits can reach 1,200 euros.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Totana. Fotos: Totana.com