You can take advantage of free training courses if you are unemployed. The opportunity arrives these days and you can do everything online.

You won’t even have to leave home to take the lessons and if you don’t have work there will be the opportunity for you to learn a trade and then put it into practice. But what is it?

Free training courses for the unemployed ()

Although the unemployment rate is decreasing in Italy, the situation still remains rather complicated. We went from 7.7% to 7.5% with that of young people decreasing to 21%. The employment rate, however, remained unchanged at 61.8%. Among the ideas that the Government has implemented there is also that of the professionalisation of those who do not have a job.

Having some extra chips to use in your job search is always something useful that allows us to open up new paths. However, be careful not to end up out of your context and make targeted choices that can help you achieve your goals. Go now and see what free courses are available to you and let’s find out how to sign up.

Free training courses for the unemployed, how do they work?

The body that organizes the free training courses is the CFA, Advanced Training Centre, which was founded in 2001 and is accredited by the Lombardy Region. It offers its services to both companies and individuals. To participate in the free online courses you must register on the WhatsApp channel “Training for the Unemployed”. Right there it will be possible to click directly on the link to register for the course. Obviously the places will be assigned based on the order in which they were sent.

Online courses for the unemployed, here’s how to sign up ()

Unemployed and unemployed people who are resident in Italy can enroll in the courses. A computer with a webcam is required. In fact, requests from those who do not have a webcam available will be considered invalid. At the moment, the notices for the courses of professional studio assistant (Code 3409) and personnel office and payroll processing assistant (Code 3410) have been published.

The first will take place from 4 March to 5 April while the second from 13 March to 17 April and it will be possible to register until the day the courses start. The training will be a synchronous FAD (distance learning) for a total duration of 100 hours. Lessons will take place from Monday to Friday from 9am to 1pm or 2pm to 6pm with a variable calendar which will then be shown to those who register. A certificate of attendance will be issued upon reaching 80% of course attendance.