Adeje training for new skills
Adeje has pledged its commitment to helping young people develop new skills for employment opportunities.
The council has signed an agreement with the CajaCanarias Foundation which will see two training courses.
The first begins this month and will help 60 people aged between 18 and 30. They will be taught the basics of waiting in restaurants and bars over three months. The second course next year will be on butchery/meat processing and bakeries. There will be 30 places.
The initiative is part of the “Adeje Jobs” plan to help create more employment and to boost economic activity.
The agreement was signed by Adeje Mayor, José Miguel Rodríguez Fraga and the director general of the CajaCanarias Foundation, Natalia Aznárez Gómez.