The regional government will allocate more than 20 million to promote the technical development of council staff and the digital training of citizens. Liberal of Castile
The regional government is going to allocate more than 20 million euros to two important initiatives with which it seeks to promote the technological development of the staff of the Community Council of Castilla-La Mancha and the digital training of citizens.
This was announced by the Minister of Finance and Public Administration Juan Alfonso Ruiz Molina, during the act on the occasion of the signing of a cooperation agreement between the Community Council, the University of Castilla-La Mancha (UCLM) and the multinational Accenture. Which took place at the Regional Center for Digital Innovation (CRID) in Talavera de la Reina.
During the event, Ruiz Molina explained that the first of these initiatives is the digital training plan for Castilla-La Mancha, which the regional executive will present in September. “We need to ensure that at least 30,000 citizens have basic technology knowledge, that is, technical knowledge, which, by the way, is one of the objectives of the ‘Next Generation’ fund. ‘”, declared the aedile.
It also went further that the regional government is immersed in a new program called “Employee 360” which aims to provide training to public employees of the Council in all the new tools that are available to them. “We are going to revolutionize the professions of regional administration“, assured the head of the Treasury and Public Administration.
Training exercises for UCLM students
Ruiz Molina also highlights the importance of the agreement signed this morning with the rector of the regional university, Julian Garde; and Domingo Miron, president of Accenture in Spain, Portugal and Israel; and in the presence of the Mayor of Talavera, Tita García Allez, which will allow UCLM students to carry out training courses in the facilities of said company at CRID and which has a double objective: to offer the best job opportunities to young people in the United States. Promote the retention of industry and digital talent.
In this context, the adviser stressed that, on the one hand, companies need access to the knowledge and innovation developed at the University; And, on the other hand, students need to know the business reality in which they will be involved in the future. “Everyone benefits from the collaboration between the university and the company,” he remarked.
The Head of Finance and Public Administration expressed gratitude to the head of Accenture in Spain for considering Castilla-La Mancha to develop their training program; as well as the Rector of UCLM, the commitment and ambition of the regional university to facilitate the unionization of its students; and the Mayor of Talavera, for his support for all the initiatives taken in the city.
CRID. ten multinationals in
Ruiz Molina explained that the agreement was signed at the CRID because “that’s where the students will do their internship”. They have declared that a center is “a technical reference at national level” and, in addition to housing the headquarters of the Gaia-X Spain association, has “one of the best technical directories in the country”, of which they have already ten technical multinationals. is part of companies that work in alliance with companies in three areas: cloud technology, data intelligence and cybersecurity.
For his part, the rector of UCLM stressed that the university “will continue to grow in Talavera”, in space and degree, and recalled that thanks to the contract-programming with the council, the academic year 2023-2024 will be postponed. Launch the Master in Strategic Management of Technology.
For his part, the president of Accenture in Spain showed his “absolute confidence” in the future of Castilla-La Mancha and underlined that the signing of the agreement is “another demonstration of our commitment to the talent of the autonomous Community”. East. The “Context of Data Use” project, highlighting the importance of Gaia-X Spain.
Finally, the Mayor of Talavera stressed the importance of ensuring that talent remains in the region and stressed that the commitment of the private sector in Castilla-La Mancha “comes to reinforce the change in the production model”. East.”