SANTA CRUZ DE TENERIFE, December 4 (EUROPA PRESS) –
The University of La Laguna and the Cabildo of La Palma have once again launched a broad proposal of training activities aimed at anyone interested, without the need for prerequisites.
On December 12, the presentation ceremony of the Autumn-Winter University of La Palma will be held. The training offer, in person, will begin on December 14, with the inaugural talk ‘The best guidelines for taking care of your brain’, by the neuroscientist and professor of Physiology at the ULL, Raquel Marín.
The initiative, organized by the University of La Laguna, through the Vice-Rector’s Office for Culture and University Extension, and financed by the Cabildo of La Palma, will have several workshops and twelve courses that cover a wide variety of topics. In addition, each course, lasting 10 hours, will be recognized by one ECTS credit.
The programming is aimed at students of the University of La Laguna and the general public, in the afternoon. It covers both workshops focused on local development and market opportunities and courses dedicated to health care, sustainability, communication skills, tourism, artificial intelligence and Spanish Sign Language, among others.
“The Autumn-Winter University of La Palma is an already consolidated example of how the University of La Laguna and the Island Council of La Palma, as public institutions, work in close collaboration for the common objective of improving the society to which they serve. They must, committed to offering training opportunities with scientific rigor and sensitivity to culture as strategies of progress and transformation for all people,” highlights Isabel León, vice-rector of Culture and University Extension.
Open registration, through the university extension website of the University of La Laguna.