The Community of Madrid allocates 9,2 million in training aid for employment with a commitment to hire
The Community of Madrid invests 9,2 million euros in 2023 to finance vocational training actions for employment with a commitment to contract. The forecast is that nearly 170 courses and workshops will be held, benefiting more than 2.500 unemployed Madrid residents who must be registered as applicants in the region's employment offices.
The Government Council has today approved this program of the Ministry of Economy, Finance and Employment, aimed at companies that own work centers located in the region, as well as public or private training entities. These subsidies, of up to 400.000 euros, are intended to cover expenses related to the delivery of the modules, including the costs of the internship tutor.
To be able to access aid, these organizations must guarantee that they will employ at least 40% of the trained students, and do so within six months after the completion of the training action. They must be indefinite contracts or with a duration of no less than 6 months and full-time or 9 months part-time. If it is alternating training, the minimum duration will be 12 months full-time.
Once approved by the Government Council, the call for these aid will be published in the coming weeks in the Official Gazette of the Community of Madrid –BOCM– and can be requested through the electronic headquarters of the regional government.