Alhama City Council through the Department of Employment and Local Development has launched the new employment workshop called "Cerro del Castillo" which this year has a grant amounting to the amount of 490,550.40 granted by the Service Employment and Training SEF
This presentation was attended by the local mayor, Juan Romero Canovas, and Councilman Employment and Local Development, José López Nuñez, who directed some words to the new students.
This workshop will cover 24 students of which are distributed in workshop 8 Banks, 8 Assistant archeology workshop and 8 in the paint shop.
The new action and gives the name of this workshop is to assist in archeology, it will focus its work on the Cerro del Castillo north sector development in cleaning the site, conducting tastings, exploration and excavation areas interest and manual removal of archaeological remains, packaging and transport to emergency restoration, and it is going to do maintenance work on the path of Castillo.
Workshop by the masonry, as well as performances in buildings and public facilities priority work focuses on strengthening and repair of wall structure on the hill of the Castle and the performance of drains in the walls excavated.
The Painting Workshop will be held providing maintenance for buildings such as City Hall, The Granary, Hermitage Garden of Calvary, Garden of the HAMMER, 3 rd Age Centre and Athletics Track Guadalentín.
The objectives of the Workshop on Employment and besides the above that lead to the benefit of all alhameños have a priority to provide both theoretical and practical training in trades that are offered, this training is very important to get a job in the chosen activity for both recruitment businesses and self-employment.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Alhama de Murcia