The NESI Forum, a non-profit organization that promotes a more sustainable, fair and collaborative economy, presents the Tech for Good by NESI project “The New Economy Applied to Employment in Technical Sectors”, an initiative that provides free training and support. To improve their professional training to 35 unemployed people of Andalusia. Its goal is to combine technology and sustainability to drive more human innovation.
The programme, which will begin in October, is made up of a 100-hour training itinerary with an innovative and participatory methodology that combines face-to-face and online modalities. The face-to-face will take place in the cities of Málaga, Seville and Granada, where there will be a training immersion to learn about the different models of the new economy and how to implement them in companies in the tech sector.
The project is part of the 2021 Call for Employee Green Program promoted by the Ministry’s Biodiversity Foundation for Ecological Transition and Demographic Challenge, which is co-financed by the European Social Fund. The initiative is open to all types of professionals in technical or digital disciplines. An online information session was organized yesterday for those interested. The registration period will be open till September 21, 2022. For the selection of 35 participants, preference will be given to women, youth up to 35 years of age, over 45 years of age, immigrants, people with disabilities and residents of protected areas. or rural area
«Tech for Good by NESI stems from the need to link sustainability with technology, a pioneering sector that will create thousands of jobs in the coming years and which has a strong impact on the environment that is sometimes unknown . The training in the models of circular economy and regenerative economy, linked to technology, allows us trained professionals to meet the challenges of the future and move towards the SDGs, explains Diego Isabel La, co-founder and director of the NESI Forum. Will give Moneda.