Presentation of the first group of students of the Soldarte project

José Antonio Colsa, HR Director of Haizea Wind and Teresa Laespada, Provincial Councillor for Employment, Inclusion and Equality, today welcomed the first group of students who will form part of the SOLDARTE welding school.

The new Advanced Centre in Welding Technologies – SOLDARTE is starting its activity with the support of the Provincial Council, the Somorrostro Training Centre, Haizea Wind and the Biscayan Federation of Metal Companies, leaving it open to the collaboration of other companies and agents. Soldarte is going to train 225 people (unemployed or those who want to improve their jobs) in welding-related skills, guaranteeing that at least 145 of these people will have a guaranteed job placement upon completion of the training.

José Antonio Colsa welcomed the first 28 students of the Welding School, thanking Teresa Laespada and the Somorrostro Training Centre for supporting this project.

Teresa Laespada also stressed the importance of this project, especially for being “a perfect triangulation between the training centre, company and the Public Administration, which is the key to the success of this type of initiative”. She was pleased to see the girls in this first selection and invited everyone to take advantage of this training opportunity because they will be able to work in an important company in full expansion.

You can find more information about the project here  

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