José Sánchez Maldonado announced that eight centers and courses begin in the first half of 2016 while the new programming is closed.
Councilor Employment, Business and Trade, José Sánchez Maldonado, Sevilla announced in a parliamentary hearing that eight centers network consortia have planned school, before the end of the year, a new call for training activities to be held during the first half of 2016, while the official announcement of future courses FP closes Jobs.
Sanchez Maldonado reported that, once you have signed resolutions to assume the assets and liabilities of those school consortia they have already approved its liquidation and global assignment to the Andalusian Employment Service (SAE), They have been incorporated as agency workers 137 of the 167 network employees, more than 80%, that they have already claimed their payrolls.
The integration of these 137 SAE workers in the school corresponds to consortia already in November 2014 They had previously approved the dissolution and integration into the APAEF Agency, and thanks to having met these requirements have been integrated into the SAE with more agility.
However, in the case of school consortia and La Fonda Cónsula, located in the province of Málaga, they have yet to finalize its liquidation balance sheet to be audited later, what allowed to proceed to close agreements dissolution and overall assignment to SAE, and integrate their workers.
Maldonado Sanchez has stated that he hopes the two consortia of Malaga to join others and close integration into the SAE sooner, but he cautioned that this process should be done with all the legal guarantees and complying with the requirements of Legislative Decree integration, as it has happened in the cases of the other eight consortia schools.
Integration into the SAE has been the culmination of a highly complex process, because it has been necessary for various milestones are met so that it meets current regulations. These milestones, It is therefore the decree law validated by the Parliament of Andalusia 7 October 2015, which established the process of integration into the SAE, such as credit transfer SAE 12,9 million approved by the Governing Council to fund the integration process.