• This type of activity will be maintained and combined with other courses that will be launched in person after the summer
The Orihuela Chamber of Commerce has successfully organized two training sessions for businessmen and the commercial sector. Fifty people have participated in these classes in a virtual way and the objective of the cameral institution is none other than to continue offering this type of virtual conference. The president of the Orihuela Chamber, Mario Martínez, recalled that “the training of our young people and their training in the face of the labor market has always been our priority, so we have to adapt to circumstances and continue with this offer also online.”
The activity, divided into two sessions, was framed in the Plan for Innovation and Commercial Sustainability of the Ministry of Sustainable Economy, Productive Sectors, Commerce and Labor, in collaboration with the Council of Chambers of the Valencian Community. Attendees have been able to train initially in digital tools to promote commerce within the conference ‘WhatsApp Business and Google MyBusiness, basic tools to digitize your commerce’. On the other hand, a session was also held to advise merchants and entrepreneurs on how to adapt business texts and messages to the language of the internet and social networks, with the conference ‘How to catch your client on the Internet and not let go’.
After the crisis caused by the Coronavirus (Covid19) pandemic, the Orihuela Chamber has joined to provide training, hold workshops or courses through digital platforms. “It is an advance that is worth it, since online training provides coverage to a greater number of users”, explained the president of the Chamber, Mario Martínez. The cameral manager added that “everything that is moving forward and improving must be welcome and at Cámara Orihuela we are committed to supporting young people and that they continue to train both in person and online.”
The objective of the cameral entity is to maintain online training and complement it with that of face-to-face courses that take place during the year in the Business Incubator. For September, it is planned to start the face-to-face office training and repeat the nail aesthetics course of the Comprehensive Qualification and Employment Program (PICE). These are courses aimed at people enrolled in the National Youth Guarantee System, aged between 16 and 29 and unemployed. For more information you can contact Cámara Orihuela by calling 96 674 21 40 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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