The Mobility Plan (PICE) was presented to the European Chambers in Brussels

Last 6th of March, Ángela Ustárroz, responsible of the Mobility plan in Belgium and Luxembourg, talked about the programme to the members and delegates of the European Chambers in the headquarters of the Turkish Chambers (TOBB).

The Mobility Plan of the Integral Qualification and Employment Programme (PICE) is a programme created by the Spanish Chamber of Commerce’s network and co-financed by the European Social Fund. This programme is part of the Entrepreneurship Strategy and Youth Employment from the National Youth Guarantee System of Spain, an initiative of the Ministry of Employment and Social Security of Spain.

The Mobility Plan is being implemented by the Spanish Chambers’ network and its principal aim is to provide opportunities to the young people joining the programme to improve at a professional and personal level and, at the same time, to boost the productivity of the companies affiliated.

The companies can take part to the programme for free and they will have the opportunity to work with young people with a very good level in languages and whose degree and experience is adapted to the need of the company. This Mobility Plan plays a key role when it comes to reduce the unemployment and gives to the young participant the opportunity to get more experience and to progress at a personal level.

Together for youth employability

Through the Mobility Plan, the Official Spanish Chambers of Commerce in the European Union collaborate with the Chamber of Commerce of Spain and the Spanish Chambers’ network. The objective: to contribute to the improvement of youth employability thanks to the training for their personal and professional development.

Local Contact Point:

Official Spanish Chamber of Commerce in Belgium and Luxembourg

Rue Belliard 20, 1

1040 Brussels

Contact person in Belgium and Luxembourg:

Ángela Ustárroz

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