Dual training

The Center Jovent began in 2017, and for the first time, a dual training program within the nautical sector. This program is part of the call for Dual Training for strategic sectors of the SOIB. Through this call, the aim is to bring training to companies and adapt it to the needs of strategic and emerging sectors, and thus contribute to the improvement of the economy of the Balearic Islands, diversifying the activity towards companies that have the capacity for growth and expansion.

This training has a double objective:

  • Improve the human capital of companies, reinforcing their competitiveness and productivity.
  • Offer a contract to unemployed young people between 18 and 29 years old while they are training in a profession of the future.
Visit of the port branch dual training group to Astilleros de Mallorca

The student-workers have a labor contract from the first day.

The dual training that is being carried out is the following

Dual training given

Rama

Formación

Horas de formación

Horas de trabajo

Fecha de incio

Puertos

Actividades de apoyo al buque, amarre, electricidad y jarcias.

550

1290

Junio 2021

Mecánica

Operaciones auxiliares de mantenimiento de sistemas y equipos de embarcaciones deportivas y de recreo

530

1222

Julio 2021

Access

To access any of the three branches of dual training in nautical, the following requirements must be met

Access requirements

  • Be between 18 and 29 years old
  • Register with the SOIB as a job seeker. In the case of the Port Branch training, it is also necessary to have the Safety and First Aid qualification on board.
  • Not having the professional qualification that is the object of the professional training

Training characteristics:

The student-workers, as the participants in this program are called, have a contract for training and learning from day one. The training that students receive is included within the working day and is at least 25% of said day. By having an employment contract, each young person receives a salary proportional to the hours worked and will never be less than the minimum interprofessional salary.

Upon completion of the training, you obtain a level 1 certificate of professionalism.

The team of professionals for each course is made up of three people with a maximum of 16 students.

23 companies participate in this first dual training program.