Valencia – 20.10.21. On 5 November, the online occupational training course on “Administrative and financial management of international trade in the port area” will begin, given by Fundación Valenciaport within the framework of the European YEP MED project.
The objective of this free programme – which is aimed at young people up to 35 years of age and women, preferably registered in Labora as job seekers – is to provide students with the necessary knowledge to manage the administrative procedures derived from an international trade operation.
The course, which will end on 3 December, consists of 100 hours of training and includes 3 modules: Introduction to International Trade; Port Logistics Community and Administrative Operations Management.
YEP MED Project:
The YEP MED (Young Employment in Ports of the Mediterranean) project is an initiative for social inclusion in the port-logistics labour market co-financed by the ENI CBCMED Programme.
YEP MED aims to develop vocational training courses in port logistics, with contents adapted to the needs of the sector, in order to strengthen the skills and knowledge of two groups particularly affected by unemployment: young people and women. Ten partners from 7 countries bordering the Mediterranean (Spain, Italy, France, Tunisia, Lebanon, Egypt and Jordan) have joined forces with the common objective of training young people and women, with new Blue Economy skills adjusted to the current market of the regions involved in the project, in order to promote social inclusion and fight against poverty. Two partners have also joined this initiative: MEDPorts and the Consell Valencià de la Joventut.