CREAMA XÀBIA OFFERS TRAINING FOR YOUNG SALES PEOPLE

The course is open to all young people in the Marina Alta region.

CREAMA XÀBIA has announced  that a new edition of the basic qualification training program in auxiliary trade activities will begin next week, a course that will be taught in Xàbia and has been subsidized by the Ministry of Education to the tune of 40,406 euros. 

This programme is open to all young people in the Marina Alta aged between 16 and 21 years old and will cover the entire academic year, taking place during the morning from 8.00am to 2.00pm and ending next June. 

The total duration is 960 hours divided into two phases, a theoretical one until the end of the year and another from January that combines theoretical and training practices in business which has the collaboration of companies in the municipality. CREAMA highlighted that 50% of the students found work at the end of the program. 

Those interested in further information or registering can contact CREAMA XÀBIA until the end of September by telephoning 965 79 36 04 or 965 79 42 66 or sending an email to vortola@creama.org or jgamarra@creama.org.

The basic qualification training programs constitute a training offer, adapted to the specific needs of students who have left regular education without having achieved the objectives set in the Compulsory Secondary Education syllabus.  These programs are adapted to the personal circumstances of their recipients and enable their socio-labor insertion, in addition to favouring personal maturity and improving the training and acquisition of professional skills of a level 1 qualification in a specific occupation. 


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