It is expected that by 2020 some 900,000 jobs in the ICT sector can not be filled because there are not enough suitable profiles. This statement contrasts with 47% of unemployed people under 24 years in our country. In Catalonia, about 190,000 young people do not study, do not work or have some precarious employment.
In this situation, the plan creates a route-T Focus innovator, born from the collaboration between companies, government and social organizations and offers young people an opportunity to grow professionally and insert into the labor market.
The aim is to improve the technological capabilities of the students and provide them with professional opportunities in the ICT sector. The initiative is based on the experience gained in the project Fit4Jobs developed during the months of June and July 2015, and has managed to insert into the labor market of 29 to 18 young participants . In this case, enfoca'T proposes 192 training hours in the Java programming language and database, plus individualized monitoring throughout the course and the possibility of joining the group of companies that collaborate in the project.
The program is aimed at young people aged 16 to 30 who are enrolled in the program Youth Guarantee the Ministry of Employment and Social Security and, moreover, are registered at the Employment Service of Catalonia . In total, will participate in the training program, training and mentoring young 100. It is expected that 41 of them are able to work at the end of the project.
Over a year (December 2015 to December 2016) will be implemented in five different processes Catalan cities: three in Barcelona, one in Reus and Vic. In total, will participate in the training program, mentoring and training 100 young people between 18 and 29 years are unemployed. It is expected that 41 of them reach the end of the project work .. If you are interested / to receive more information and enroll in the program fill in this questionnaire online .
Enfoca'T with the collaboration of the Employment Service of Catalonia, the Ministry of Employment and So-cial Security and the European Social Fund.