The Technological Children’s and Recreational Products Institute (AIJU) will train fifty unemployed in a series of training courses starting in June. train them in highly employable occupations For the industrial fabric of Ibi and the region as a whole.
Free and subsidized courses by Labora seek to support the empowerment of non-working people to strengthen their employability and professional skills, while also providing them with new employment and training opportunities. Likewise, it aims to bring in new professionals who want to train and specialize in industrial fields that are in high demand in the region for companies in the region.
In this sense, we present a new edition of the AIJU specialist course “Manufacture and adjustment of molds for injection molded thermoplastic partsIt will consist of 308 lecture hours, which will be covered in face-to-face mode from June 22 to October 27 and from 3:15 p.m. to 9:15 p.m. Monday to Thursday.
In this sense, one of the features of this training is that the modules and contents are specially designed according to the needs of the companies in the region, and for this reason, the companies, technicians and teachers who exceed their professional career in every field in the mold workshops. cases 15 years dedication.
Another of the courses planned in the coming months is “Ancillary operations of electrical and industrial automation for company 4.0”. Face-to-face training will take place at AIJU facilities from 8 July to 26 October and will consist of 205 lecture hours Monday to Friday between 9:15 and 13:15.
It will consist of five training modules and will cover concepts such as industrial electrical installations, circuit planning and assembly, motors, automatic systems, definition and programming of vending machines, industrial maintenance and failure analysis, industrial communication, robotics, industry 4.0.
Also, AIJU plans to organize a new version of the course. “Quality in the plastics industry”Face-to-face training will again take place from 18 July to 10 November and will consist of 230 lesson hours, Monday to Friday, from 09:30 to 13:30.
In this case, the course will consist of four training modules and will cover concepts such as quality management, quality system documentation, audits, certification and accreditation, quality tools, statistics, continuous improvement, environmental management, testing and metrology.
As AIJU head of education Paloma Riquelme explains, companies in Ibi and the region generation change problem. “The industry demands trained staff with experience in these fields, and such job offers are almost impossible to meet with people from the region due to the lack of specialist staff.”
“This training aims to provide the unemployed with new employment and training opportunities while promoting their empowerment to strengthen their employability and vocational skills,” says AIJU education director.
Finally, it is worth noting that the registration period has opened and places are limited. Those wishing to participate can get more information on the website www.aiju.es/formacion or contact AIJU as soon as possible by phone 965554475 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.