Consulta Europa will organise a free course for unemployed people living in the Canary Islands next November. This is part of the Eurofinánciate en Azul (EFNA) project, funded by the Biodiversity Foundation of the Ministry for Ecological Transition and the Demographic Challenge through the Empleaverde Programme, an initiative for the promotion and improvement of employment, entrepreneurship and the environment.
This project aims to train unemployed people in Blue Economy and Management of European Funds. To this end, two actions will be developed: a face-to-face training (Finánciate en Azul) and a mixed individualised counselling (Euroblue).
The face-to-face training aims to train the beneficiaries in the minimum necessary subjects to be able to apply for and manage a blue economy project financed through European Union Funds. This training will last 20 hours and will take place on 16, 17, 22 and 23 November in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria.
On the other hand, the individualised mixed counselling will deal with the application and management of European Funds, in the subject chosen by the participants from those presented in the face-to-face training. This action will last 50 hours (10 face-to-face and 40 online). The aim is to put into practice what has been learnt by carrying out concrete actions.
The interest of this training is that once completed, participants will be able to prepare and submit a proposal to a call for proposals financed with European funds and will have developed a plan for its subsequent implementation and justification.
For registration, the only requirements are that participants are residents in the Canary Islands, unemployed, and registered as job seekers, having the DARDE in force at the time of registration.
If you are interested, don’t hesitate to register… It’s free!
Reserve your place here