Ontinyent City Council is promoting a specific training project for companies and entrepreneurs such as ‘Training pills’ through COEVAL. The format chosen for this project is based on these pills understood as a training action with a duration of between one and a half and three hours, which is aimed at to develop a very specific and concrete theme.
The councillor for Economic Promotion, Juan Pablo Úbeda, stressed that “this new project is another commitment by the Ontinyent executive to our industry and our business fabric and recalled that during the health emergency we have promoted various actions that enabled our companies to tackle the crisis, such as aid for the self-employed and SMEs or generating new business opportunities through the health textiles cluster”.
The training that will start next October 13th and will extend until next November 12th and will offer training in marketing and communication focused on branding (Tuesday 13 October from 15:00 to 17:00) and on the Prestashop content manager (Thursday 15 October from 15:00 to 17:00). Likewise, training on healthy teleworking has also been included (Thursday 29 October from 4pm to 6pm) as well as tools to improve efficiency and productivity during teleworking (Tuesday 27 October from 4pm to 6pm). On the other hand, there will be training focused on innovation and industry 4.0 focused on augmented reality applied to industrial maintenance tasks (Tuesday 10 November from 16:00h to 18:00h) and how you can innovate in business (Thursday 12 November from 16:00h to 18:00h).