Future workers will be trained in administrative, cashier, specialist retailer, grocer, and dependent reponedor fresh
The Ministry of Education, Training and Employment will invest 233,000 euros in a plan aimed at training 142 unemployed, who will address the demand for skilled workers Alcantadis company for opening the new supermarket Leclerc in Sewell.
The agreement signed by the Ministry and Alcantadis provides the commitment to hire 60 percent of the students, who will join the staff of the retail space at the beginning of its activity, scheduled for April.
These employment contracts have a minimum duration of six months or one year full-time part-time.
The training of workers will begin next September and includes a training period of about three months.
In total, 1,850 hours will be held teaching that will enable students to develop administrative work, cashier, specialist retailer, grocer, and dependent reponedor fresh.
The head of the Ministry, Constantine Sotoca, stressed that "the agreement shows once again the importance of training as a vehicle to enter the labor market as the best way to job retention and career advancement."
In addition, the Minister stressed that the implementation of the new commercial space will contribute to the economic revitalization of the town, "since it will also encourage the creation of nearly a hundred indirect jobs."
Sotoca recalled the regional government's effort in training and noted that the Department will spend more than 26 million euros in actions aimed at the unemployed.
"An offer," said, "according to the needs of our productive and able to help the unemployed new job opportunities."