The municipality of El Tanque will house the future regional hospitality school, which will offer specialized, regulated and non-regulated training to the Daute Isla Baja region in order to reinsert themselves with maximum guarantees in the labor market and will also allow them to obtain an economic remuneration. The training center will also benefit the residents of the municipalities of Garachico, Los Silos and Buenavista del Norte and in this sense, the mayor of El Tanque, Esther Morales, thanked her leaders because they supported and supported him from the first moment.
The project has a budget of 708,000 euros of which 650,000 will be contributed by the Cabildo de Tenerife and the rest, by the City Council. It will be located on Avenida Príncipes de España, in a training center that already provides services and will start operating when the financing arrives and is expected to be as soon as possible.
Esther Morales appeared yesterday at a press conference accompanied by the island president, Pedro Martín, and the councilors of Social Action, Employment, Socioeconomic Development and Foreign Action and Municipal Cooperation and Housing, Marian Franquet, Carmen Luz Baso and Zebenzui Chinea, respectively, who made a visit to the municipality in order to address various lines of work.
Along these lines, both administrations confirmed that geriatric residency, a very necessary service demanded by citizens that has managed to consolidate, is incorporated, for the first time, into the Cabildo agreement with the Autonomous Community in matters of dependency and promotion of autonomy . This has allowed the creation of 12 new concerted places out of a total of 20 to serve older people who need it, specifically, ten residential and two day centers in order for the municipality to obtain significant funding and therefore further reinforce plus the benefit.
“It is not reasonable that in Tenerife there are public centers with arranged places and others not, as if there were first-rate people and second-rate people. If Tenerife is an island, we had to reach everyone, especially in a sector as sensitive as that of the elderly and dependent people ”, underlined Pedro Martín.
Another issue addressed was the start-up of the Ecomuseum restoration service. In this sense, Pedro Martín indicated that he will study the municipal government’s proposal that the City Council be the one to put it out to tender through an agreement with the Cabildo de Tenerife.