Wednesday, June 15, 2011

For those seeking to improve

We all know the poor situation that the country is in as far as employment is concerned. With forty per cent of young people out of work it is time to do something about it. The Government can’t create jobs but they can make the situation better for those who just need to improve their skills to help them find better work in the future. This is what they call “lifelong learning” - when the skills you have become redundant, it is time to re-train for emerging markets. 

To help those who want to progress, the Association of Economic Development and the Ministry of Education in Spain have launched their Classroom Mentor scheme which offers free, open and distance learning via the Internet to those who seek it.

There are more than 100 online courses available in the following categories:
- Health & Education
- Environment
- Introduction to Computers
- Culture and General Education
- Networks & Equipment
- Electronics
- Web Design
- Programming
- Office automation
- Courses of a professional character
- English
- Courses for SMEs
- Internet
- Design and Desktop Publishing
- Audio-visual
To take advantage of this offer, you need to be over 18 years, choose a course and complete the registration process.Then you can study at your own pace from anywhere that has a connection to the Internet. A tutor will be n hand to guide your steps through towards a final examination.

NB All courses are certified by the Ministry of Education.

Find out more at:
The Association of Economic Development of the Vega Baja. (Avenida Libertad, 35 Bigastro)
Tel 966770606 - or

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