This Monday morning in dialogue with the program Spich who drives Mimi Spicher in Radio Rock & Pop Cordoba 87.9, the Minister of Employment and Vocational Training of the Government of Córdoba, facundo torresspoke about the First Step Program 2023.
He First Step Program (PPP) has awarded more than 15000 job opportunities and that is why the provincial government continues to bet on these projects. “Our governor always says that there are no social plans here and it is true that employment and unemployment are subsidized here. And well, programs like the PPP, which is the most important we have, are faithful proof of what he says,” assured towers.
“To be a beneficiary of the PPP you must have between 16 and 24 years old, live in Córdoba and have a Digital Citizen (CiDi). There are two types, the PPP normal and the PPP Apprentice, in which those who are studying high school, a university degree or training or trade courses that we make available free of charge together with the PPP for all beneficiaries of the program, and companies, logically must be registered”said the minister. “The PPP beneficiary has a stimulus allowance for 20 hours per week of $30,000 for the PPP regular and $35,000 for the PPP Apprentice, which will be updated every 3 months due to the inflation we have today”.
Some of the areas that most require young people are businesses, companies, and industries, but basic courses are offered to train personnel in any field.
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Interested parties can register until April 28, 2023. On May 11, the draw will take place at Lottery in Córdoba; and on May 15 the training and labor practice will begin. Registration will be done digitally through the Single Applicant Form and it will be necessary to have a Digital Citizen (CiDi) Level 1. For companies and private employers, the requirements are: to be regularly registered with national, provincial and municipal tax agencies and of social security; and have employees registered as dependents
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