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The Caravaca City Council and FECOAM offer a program consisting of ten courses for active and unemployed professionals in the agricultural sector (02/09/2020)

| The training actions -with free registration and financing from the Rural Development Fund- support a fundamental sector for the economy and for survival of rural areas, promoting professionalization and job training | The program, adapted to the security decree for training courses of the COVID-19 protocol, will be taught both at the Employment Center and at the Youth Center The Councilors for Employment and Agriculture, together with the person in charge of Training and Subsidies of FECOAM, have presented this training itinerary, which begins with the first of the courses scheduled for September 16 Some of the subjects included in the first edition of this program are 'Safe handling of the tractor', 'Fruit and Vegetable Handler', 'Start of pruning stone fruit trees' and 'Professional user of phytosanitary products', among other titles 0.

The City Council of Caravaca de la Cruz and the Federation of Agricultural Cooperatives of the Region of Murcia (Fecoam) have launched a program of courses aimed at farmers, ranchers and professionals in the agricultural, food or forestry sector, both active as in unemployment. "These training actions, for which we open the enrollment period, are an example of collaboration between entities and public administrations and their objective is to support professionalization and job opportunities within a fundamental sector for our lives and for the economy ", has highlighted the councilor who directs the areas of Employment and Environment in the Caracas Council, Ana Belén Martínez, together with the person in charge of Agriculture, Livestock and Pedanías, José Antonio García and the person in charge of Training and Subsidies of FECOAM, Pedro Sánchez. The mayor José Antonio Sánchez has stressed that "betting on training is betting on the future of agricultural and livestock activity and the survival of the rural environment and that more editions will be scheduled depending on the titles that are most in demand." In addition, from FECOAM they have added that the pandemic has further demonstrated that agri-food is an essential sector, which has guaranteed and continues to guarantee fresh and transformed products to all homes in a responsible, sustainable and safe way, for which it plays a fundamental role training and continuous updating of its professionals. The ten courses that are offered are financed through the Rural Development Program 2014-2020 of the Autonomous Community of the Region of Murcia, managed by the Training and Technology Transfer Service. They will be taught in the municipal facilities of the Municipal Employment, Training and Equality Center and in the Caravaca Youth Center, with reduced capacity and under the rest of the safety and prevention measures established by the decree for training actions.

There are also training itineraries in online mode. Those interested can contact the City Council for more information and registration by calling 968 70 11 00 and 968 70 84 00.

They can also contact FECOAM at 968 35 02 72 and 968 35 00 95. Course offer The offer of this first edition of courses begins on September 16 and will end on March 31 of next year.

The titles are 'Fruit and vegetable handler', 'Safe handling of forklifts',' PRL Workstation in warehouse ',' Professional user of phytosanitary products.

Basic level'.

'Safe handling of the tractor', 'Beginning to prune stone fruit trees'.

Various editions of some of them have been proposed. Each student will be given didactic material, which affects how to participate in protection and health measures.

In addition, depending on the title, some include a practical part with machinery.

Source: Ayuntamiento de Caravaca de la Cruz

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