Many professional courses are offered free of charge to residents of Residencial Carandá. There are 350 vacancies where people are trained in areas such asaesthetics, culinary, sewing, administration, civil construction, industry, and maintenance services. Such courses will be taught at the Universidade do Trabalhador, Empreendedor e Negócios (Uniten).
The opportunity is offered by the City Hall, through the outsourced company that carries out the social technical work in Carandá, Sistema Pri, in partnership with the Secretariat of Economic Development, Labor and Income (Sedeter) of Marituba, Paraná.
All interested parties must enroll in the Sistema Pri social service, which attends in one of the rooms in the Basic Health Unit (UBS) of Carandá, from Monday to Thursday. Courses will be offered in the areas of Civil Construction: home electrician, bricklayer, home painter and plumber; Industry: production assistant; Food and Culinary sector: baker/pastry chef, butcher, pizza chef, sweet and savory pastry; Aesthetics: African-style braids, female hairdressing, waxing and manicure/pedicure; sewing and fashion. There will also have offers of administrative work: doorman/access controller, advertising poster production and administrative assistant.
The Sistema Pri social coordinator, Daniel Francisco Moreira, explains that institutions and schools with recognized experience will give the courses. Once the enrollments are completed, the timetables and even more courses will be defined, depending on the needs identified by the register of residents. Among the proposals under assessment are Sesi, Senac, Qualifica, Qualimoura and Instituto de Construção Civil. This action is part of the Work and Income Generation axis from the actions carried out by the Sistema Pri in the Residencial Carandá.
The Secretary of Economic Development, Labor and Income, Roberto Freitas emphasizes that all those who complete some of the courses will meet better conditions of employability. “A professional qualification is an essential tool for the first job or replacement in the labor market,” says Secretary Freitas.
The Secretary of Housing and Land Settlement, Maurício Campanati, said that the residents of Carandá are also being offered the service of registration in job banks, and cultural, social, sporting and environmental events.
The works for the construction of the nursery school and elementary school of Residencial Carandá will begin in the coming weeks, reports the City Hall. Budgeted at R $ 4.7 million, the unit will be built by the contractor RVV Construções e Empreendimentos Ltda and it will serve 750 students, with classes from pre-school to the ninth grade of Brazilian Basic Education. The vacancies should also attend the students of Altos de Ipanema.