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The training program Forinter2 immigration, the Ministry of Employment, aimed at professionals in the public administrations to work with the migration phenomenon, developed from this month two of the 16 courses scheduled in the 2010 programming, incorporating as new issues related to new employment.
The agenda of the Board Forinter2 formed this year to 480 professionals from the administration on immigration.
The aim is to ",The_film_Ramon_y_Cajall;positively influence the decisions made and actions carried out with respect to the treatment of migration, so that any public action has a greater knowledge and awareness."
The courses can be introductory or specialized training. The first, of 20 hours duration, intended to provide a set of resources that could help professionals to start and raising awareness of the phenomenon of migration.
The training plan is designed by a coordination team consisting of the Junta de Andalucia and the Universities of Almeria (for areas of influence of Almeria and Malaga), Jaen (for Jaen and Granada), Huelva (for Huelva and Cordoba) and Sevilla (Seville and Cadiz.)
In a memo, the Board must since the regional government should launch this project in 2005, have been developed up to 62 courses,Arrested_in_Espeja_Soria_an, in which 2017 people participated.
The initiative, financed by the European Social Fund, is the elaboration and execution of a plan for training in intercultural and migration, aimed at policy makers and managers and technical staff of public bodies to develop a job related to migration.
Thus, Forinter2 provides benefit this year to about 480 people, strengthen all the information on the paperwork at work, the creation of a self-employment or the recognition of studies and qualifications, among others, all content they've loved strengthened since the handover in 2009 of regional migration policies to the Ministry of Employment.
Must, in general, the resources offered are focused on the development of intercultural competences in specific work areas such as employment, education, health, safety and protection, judiciary and prosecutors, media or social intervention.
Regarding the latter, these courses 'on demand', designed in content and duration as a function of geographical context of the subject matter and scope of intervention of the professionals involved.