El Puerto de Santa María City Council (Cádiz) and Carbures, company
specialized in the manufacture of composited materials, have organized a
course for 16 unemployed with training in FPI, the technological branch FP2 or
a technical engineering of the industrial sector to specialize in the
aeronautical sector, specifically in the handling of carbon fiber.
The course will start in the second half of October and allows to
"train people in a field in expansion and employment opportunities, not
currently offered in formal education", said the councilman of Public
Works, Jesús González building.
The initiative is part of a collaboration agreement with Carbures
and includes a total of 500 hours, 300 theorical-practices and other 200 in the company.
Investment in the course reaches 30,000€, while students only have to pay the
tuition of 60€.
The initiative is committed to promote the inclusion of students
displaying skills and their inclusion in the bag work for possible future
engagements. The course will also promote the employment of students in other
companies present in Cádiz, such as Airbus and Alestis, as added the director
of the plant of Carbures in El Puerto, Agustín Moreno.