Eight young Oria have participated in the last year in the House of Trades who have acquired training and experience as agents of tourism development. The delegate of Education, Culture and Sports, Isabel Arevalo, and the mayor of the municipality, Mark Reche Galera, have closed today this initiative promoted by the City and funded by the Junta de Andalucía and the European Social Fund 136.423 euros.
The students have completed a total of 1.920 hours, distributed among the training period and alternating theory sessions with practical. The training contents were taught in a classroom located in the center Guadalinfo, and for practical classes have been conducted guided tours through the town and the villages of Oria. Specifically, there have been three guided visits the village of Oria, and the cores deria, en Ogarite, Rambla de Oria, The Barranco de Quiles, The Cerricos and El Villar.
The objective House Crafts has been to provide the tools necessary to facilitate access to the labor market of a specific group, in this case, under 25 unemployed years, defendant in a profession in the territory. Also, young participants were familiar with the tools available for job search and entrepreneurial culture. The project also includes monitoring of possible self-employment initiatives and the involvement of the various entities of the area in terms of employment and local development, in order to achieve the effectiveness of this initiative.