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Training continues for the Red Cross in September

The Red Cross 'Maintenance of Agricultural Machinery’ course was completed on August 14.

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Training continues for the Red Cross in September

The Red Cross 'Maintenance of Agricultural Machinery’ course was completed on August 14. It was part of the More Employment Operational Program of la Caixa>>, which is funded by the European Social Fund (and the la Caixa Foundation). Due to the current health crisis, 19 people participated in this online training. They also received practical classes that connected them with workshops for agricultural machinery repairs. According to the entity, students have had the opportunity to get training that is as close to real life as possible. All participants were guided by experts in the field and made to use the information. This course can also be combined with internships in established companies in the Sierra Sur region, if necessary due to health and social issues.

The Red Cross pointed out that the current training program has been completed with Labor Orientation sessions. These sessions highlighted: digital skills in online courses and installation and management Microsoft Teams. Email on mobile devices. Curriculum updates.

The entity will be preparing two new training actions in September: a Forklift Operator, and a Pesticide Applicator, both at the qualified level. Both courses are still available. Casa Pineda is currently the Red Cross headquarters. However, you can register by calling 953 58 49 28.

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