This project is aimed at active or long-term jobseekers, people on Minimum Living Income, victims of gender violence, people with a disability of more than 33% and women over 45 years of age.
Those interested in participating can register for a presentation of the programme to be held this Friday, 3 February, via email firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 692-484722
The manager of NxtGen, Álvaro Perez and the general director of Employment, Social Dialogue and Labour Relations, Ignacio Arreche, and the director of YMCA La Rioja Centres, Jorge Ruiz, presented the project this morning. Opening the doors to the IT world. An initiative launched by both entities with the subsidy of 95,622.8 euros. granted by the Government of La Rioja after submitting its application to the programme of Territorial Employment Projects that improve the employability of particularly vulnerable groups that the Regional Executive has called through the European funds from the Recovery and Resilience Mechanism of the Recovery, Transformation and Resilience Plan of the Government of Spain corresponding to component 23 of ?New public policies for a dynamic, resilient and inclusive labour market?
The project, which offers 20 places for beneficiaries of the Minimum Living Income, women victims of gender violence or over 45 years old, as well as people with a disability of more than 33 percent, will last for one year in three stages divided into guidance, more than 1,000 hours of training and labour intermediation service developed by NxtGen. Those interested in participating in this training programme can register for a presentation of the project that will take place on Friday 3 February via email at email@example.com or telephone 692-484722.
The aim of this action, in which NxtGen is the proposing and coordinating entity and the YMCA is the participating entity, is to improve the employability and facilitate the labour insertion of the participants, both from vulnerable groups, as well as the insertion of women in the IT sector, through their training. in digitisation and information technologies. It is worth remembering that technology companies are established as one of the sectors in Spain with the highest number of vacancies and the greatest need for qualified human resources. In addition, it is usually a sector that offers competitive salaries in quality positions and is flexible in terms of work-life balance.
On the other hand, as pointed out in the report by the two entities collaborating in this training project, taking into account that it is aimed at people from vulnerable groups, in many cases without previous access to the world related to ICTs, and without specific training in this sector, it is established that a ?75 percent of the participants will enter the labour market in jobs related to the specific pathway they will follow. And we are committed that more than 50 percent of the people who complete this training project will have access to a job in the labour market.
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As the Director General for Employment, Social Dialogue and Labour Relations, Ignacio Arreche, pointed out, with the backing of these projects ?the regional executive continues to materialise European funds within a priority area such as employment in order to boost the employment sector. innovative active policies to improve the employability of young people and the most vulnerable groups. Also support the integration of women into the labour market to guarantee equal opportunities, create territorial rebalancing projects and support the implementation of entrepreneurship projects through self-employment and collaborative work, as well as the creation of micro-enterprises and social economy initiatives?
For his part, the manager of NxtGen, Bosonit's training and talent generation initiative, Álvaro PérezThe priority is to professionally train people belonging to vulnerable groups who have not had the opportunity to enter the IT world, training with us in highly demanded technologies and thus positioning them as interesting for any company with a technological component?. Pérez emphasised that "the action is aimed at reducing the digital divide through the development of the different actions that make up the programme, promoting the familiarisation and training of the people assisted in the use of new technologies and, therefore, the use of new technologies, the development of their digital competence, increasingly moreThe Committee of the Regions believes that the most important prerequisites for access to employment and other support resources are?.
For the director of YMCA Centres La Rioja, Jorge Ruiz, the most remarkable thing is that projects are created and developed in which the public administration, a private company and a third sector entity participate, as in this case, to "create networks and synergies". The aim is to achieve the common objective, putting people at the centre, for the integration of vulnerable groups, on this occasion with a special focus on women.