The City Council of Guía de Isora launches three Training and Alternation with Employment Programs (PFAE), with a duration of 11.5 months, from which 60 unemployed people between 16 and 60 years of age will benefit. During that time, they will receive 75% of the minimum interprofessional salary for their theoretical-practical training, which will be borne by the management team, teaching staff and support staff. These programs are subsidized by the Government of the Canary Islands and the City Council of Guía de Isora with 317,963.10 euros.
Youth Guarantee, Sustainable Tourism and Digitization focuses on promoting sustainable and quality tourism in the municipality, to offer guided routes through the rich Isorano heritage and promote the primary sector through actions to promote local products and the Agrotraditional Market . The student-worker will have European recognition, providing job opportunities in the tourism sector.
In Digitiza-T Isora, management tools are provided to citizens to facilitate administrative procedures, with the students designing and teaching the workshops. They will also be trained in technological skills to improve access to the free Wi-Fi network in the municipality and maintenance of computers in municipal facilities. All this, under the supervision of the IT department.
Zarandéate focus on community revitalization, provides services in coordination with the areas of Youth, Citizen Participation, Equality and Sports, among others. The training will allow students to work with the elderly, schoolchildren and families who need it.
“Like all the projects proposed by the City Council, these programs pursue the training and professional qualification of the participants, as well as reversing the result in the municipality through services and improvements of public utility,” said the mayor of Isora, Josefa Mesa, in the presentation of these projects.