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The Fundación Secretariado Gitano put into operation the fifth edition of the “Learning by Doing” Programme. [editar]

The training and employment initiative address to young people beneficiaries of the youth guarantee programme. It achieved, so far, that 1200 youngsters started a training itinerary in any of the 55 collaborating companies

10/02/2017
FSG - Departamento de Empleo

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The Fundación Secretariado Gitano put into operation the fifth edition of the “Learning by Doing” Programme.

Learning by Doing (click here for more info) is an FSG´s initiative, developed within the framework of the European Social Fund's Youth Employment Operational Program and with the collaboration of the “Obra Social La Caixa"

The training is based on two key aspects:
A) the combination of theoretical and practical training in a real working environment.
B)  A training itinerary that will allow the participants to pass through different positions within the same sector.

Arantza Fernandez, head of the Employment Department of the FSG explains the project: "During six months, the participants in the project will receive theoretical and practical training of quality within the companies, so they will be learning and working at the same time". In addition, she added: "It is important to emphasize that these young people will carry out a broad formative itinerary in which they will learn to perform more than one position within the company. We want to train future versatile employees, capable of performing different positions professionally ".

During 2017 Fundación Secretariado Gitano will launch 22 projects that will train more than 400 young people. This will be made in collaboration with relevant companies such as Leroy Merlin, Conforama or Alcampo.

Learningby Doing is an initiative of the Fundación Secretariado Gitano, which is developed within the framework of the European Social Fund's Youth Employment Operational Program with the collaboration of the “Obra Social La Caixa".

Learning By Doing Programme
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