Adecco and IPRODECO offer free programs for SMEs, freelancers, registered professionals and managers
The human resources company, through its line Adecco Learning and Consulting, in collaboration with the Provincial Institute of Economic Development of Cordoba (IPRODECO) have launched a catalog of 25 free online training courses
BY RRHHDigital, 05:00 – 03 November 2020
Adecco, a leading company in human resources management, through Adecco Learning & Consulting – its training consultancy -, and the Provincial Institute of Economic Development of Cordoba (IPRODECO) have launched a tele-training program consisting of a catalog of 25 free online courses aimed at entrepreneurs of SMEs, self-employed workers, registered professionals and employees with managerial positions in companies in the province of Crdoba All this to support the economic fabric of the Andalusian province and mitigate, in to the extent possible, the economic consequences of the pandemic.
Thus, the training offer promoted by IPRODECO and Adecco L&C is structured by professional skills, these being digital; those of professional productivity, management and management and, finally, commercial. Each course will last from 4 to 20 hours.
Until next November 20, the period will be open to all interested parties, who meet the requirements established as a target group under this measure, to formalize their registration form via the electronic headquarters:
https://www.iprodeco.es/other actions / contents / 63140 / catalogo-de-cursos-online? tab = adjuntos
Each interested party can register for a maximum of two courses among those offered.
Regarding the methodology, the training will take place online and will be supported by various interactive, visual and easily accessible resources for students. This will allow those registered in this project to keep an active role during the training and also encourage their personal reflection.
The Diputacin de Crdoba, through IPRODECO, its main body for local development, continues to support Cordoba’s commercial fabric, contributing with this type of lines of action to the reactivation of existing small businesses in the municipalities of the province.