The delegate of the Board in Toledo, Javier Úbeda, and the provincial delegate of Economy, Business and Employment, Julián Martín Alcántara, have visited the students who are participating in the ‘Orgaz rehabilitates and paves’ project of the Professional Requalification and Recycling program ( Recual) of the Government of Castilla-La Mancha.

Martín Alcántara, has recalled that this Orgaz project, which began on May 12, is one of the 42 projects of the Recual program that will be developed in 38 municipalities of the province this 2022 and that they will benefit a total of 336 people and for which the regional government has allocated 4.1 million euros.

Likewise, the provincial delegate of Economy, Business and Employment has indicated that to the 336 unemployed people who will participate in the Recual during this year, we must add another 120 people hired in the management and teaching teams of the projects, who belong to 13 different professional families and has underlined that eight of the projects will also mean a certificate of professionalism for the students.

Together with the mayor of Orgaz, Tomás Villarrubia, they have verified the first works that these eight people are carrying out, consisting of the rehabilitation and paving of various streets in the town center and the monumental surroundings of the municipality.

In this Recual that will last until November 11, the students are receiving training in the specialty of Fundamentals and Techniques in Rehabilitation of Buildings and are going to undertake works of rehabilitation, improvement and recovery of historical-artistic buildings and other infrastructures, with the purpose of improving and increasing the tourist resources of Orgaz.

Among the actions to be carried out are small works of rehabilitation and ornamentation of facades, repair of structural elements and roofs, paving with decorative floors and improvements in enclosures and insulation to reduce energy consumption.

Along with the specialty training, students will also receive a module on job placement, environmental awareness and gender equality, as well as a basic course on occupational risk prevention. Likewise, compensatory training is also given to obtain the graduate in ESO for those students who do not have said degree.

This Recual project, for the execution of which a specialist monitor, an ESO teacher and an administrative assistant have been hired, has a grant of just over 97,467 euros.