Training for the employment of the new generations

The continuous training of people helps to improve the development of their working life thanks to the knowledge and experience acquired in the different fields of study. Although the learning and retraining of workers already in the working world is decisive, training is no less important for the new generations that must face a world full of competitiveness and challenges as never before.The opening up of different fields of knowledge in recent years, the great technological development and the increasingly widespread democratisation of training make it essential for young people to acquire general and specific knowledge in order to enter the world of work successfully and have opportunities to develop it in competition with a large number of people at international level. On the one hand, the formal qualification is given by a process of study that is verified through continuous evaluation and validation of the knowledge acquired through the issuance of a degree, certificate or diploma. On the other hand, the qualification understood as a requirement for the development of a specific job refers to the knowledge and skills that the person possesses and that may have been acquired through experience without the need for any degree to validate it.

It is true that this knowledge and abilities are those that allow the worker to develop his or her task in a professional manner, however, given the high level of existing competence, it is practically essential to have a document that verifies said competences at the time of accessing a specific job. To this end, regulated education, state training for the unemployed or training courses for employment are the most efficient formulas for obtaining a degree that certifies knowledge, as well as for acquiring complete and specific training for the work to be carried out. In companies like Virensis training is possible to access courses dedicated to both workers and unemployed who want to improve their skills and expand their range of knowledge in order to increase their employability. Training is always a benefit for the person both professionally and personally and becomes a fundamental element for the development of young people at the beginning of their career because it offers a greater breadth in knowledge of the world and provides better tools to address problems in both life and work.