After 11 months of training and practicals the PFAE-GJ Bit a Bit has concluded

Students have received two certificates and a number of training diplomas

23 february 2023
The PFAE-GJ Bit a Bit course celebrated the closing ceremony earlier this month in the CDTCA. The course saw 15 young people between the ages of 16 – 30 finish the course with a number of professional certificates and diplomas to their name. The certificates are for Micro information systems (IFCT0209) and Information systems operations (IFCT0210). 
Students, their families, and Adeje council representatives attending the certification presentation ceremony along with the training team for the course.  The councillor for economic development and job creation, Raquel Rodríguez Alonso, said that “what we can see from this Project is the importance of continuing to back our people because it is important for Adeje’s younger population and for many this has been their first work experience while for others it means the start of a new professional career”.   She congratulated all involved and wished the students well professionally and personally. 
Daniel Melo Rodríguez, councillor for transparency, innovation and modernisation, added, “we are finding ourselves in an era of new technology and digital transformation, so courses like these are very important for our young people, as giving them the chance to enter the work force is vital.  This is an area in growth, so we would continue to encourage more courses in the field”. 
The students on the course have been in course work and practical on-job training for 11 months and as well as their certificates also received diplomas in parallel areas such as graphic design, video editing, Photoshop, fibre optics, etc.