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Praia, Jun 16 (Inforpress) – The Delegation of the Ministry of Education of Praia delivered on Wednesday certificates to the trainees of the courses on Tourist English and Spanish / Comunicate-1, in the framework of the AFRIMAC-II Project, funded by the European Fund, and coordinated by Radio ECCA-Canaria Foundation.

The coordinator of Education for Youth and Adult of Praia, Artur Frederico, told Inforpress that in the total are 38 students who have successfully completed this course, whose main objective is to provide trainees with knowledge and use of the Spanish and English language.

“The aim of training has always been to create an instrument to empower them, increasing the added value to the activities they have been doing, because language is one of the greatest tools the human being can have to improve his performance in communication and be able to sell the product he does in this case,” he explained.

These two courses, which was taught in person and online, but also through radio, were intended for people working in the restaurant, taxi drivers, among others, and most of the participants are not yet inserted in the labour market.



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