This is a work opportunity for women who have children, dependents or have to juggle work with family/personal commitments
The Adeje council’s department of economic development and job creation, led by councillor Manuel Luis Méndez Martin, is offering a work-based virtual training programme, in conjunction with the Cruz Roja, for 15 women in the borough under the title “Adeje Diversificia y Emplea” (Adeje, diversify and employ).
“This training programme for women on the Adeje pardon is offering a new kind of job opportunity for women with young children or dependents under their care, and/or those over 45 years of age who need to balance their work with their family commitments, so it’s training to allow them to work from home as virtual assistants”, explained the councillor.
The programme will offer different areas of learning that are required today by businesses in the digital sector. This includes training in digital channels, financial managements and administration and classes in social networks, reporting, design and management. They will also receive training in the web, email marketing, basic video editing and orientation in the digital labour market.
On offer is 220 hours of training divided into 100 hours of actual training and 120 hours of practical training with businesses in the digital sector, work that the students can do from home. When they have completed the course the women will be placed on the AITED listing from which they may receive job offers.