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Escuinapa, Sinaloa.- With the support of the Sinaloa Work Training Institute (ICASIN) The Municipal Government announces to the Escuinapenses the opportunity to train and be prepared to start their own business.

At a press conference, José Luis Simental, director of ICATSIN and municipal authorities represented by the directors of Economic Development, Tourism, the Municipal Institute for Women and Youth, announced the bases that will be offered in the coming months.

Karina Castañeda reported that an agreement has been made by ICATSI and the mayor, Blanca Estela García Sánchez, for the benefit of the residents of Escuina, to offer training courses that allow them self-employment.

“With the support of Icasin we have assessed which courses are the ones that can help us to empower our women, young people and men, they will be offered a 50 percent discount, leaving the course at 300 pesos, in order to obtain it they have to go to the Economic Development office where they will be given a certificate and they will have to deliver basic documents in order to be enrolled in these courses,” explained Castañeda.

The groups will have a limit of 15 people, following the indications of the Ministry of Health to avoid contagion of Covid-19. And if there is greater demand, more groups will be formed.
There will be 10 courses that will start at the end of June, beginning of July, depending on the demand for each course.

Facial Cosmetology, will have a course of 200 hours will be from Monday to Thursday from 4:00 to 7:00 pm in the day house; industrial clothing manufacturing, 40 hours from Monday to Friday from 3:30 to 6:30, in Icasin; Fitness and Aerobics or Zumba, 48 hours from 5:00 to 6:00 and 6:00 to 7:00 at the community center; basic makeup, 40 hours Monday through Thursday from 4:00 to 6:00 in the community center.

A basic English summer course will be offered for children and adolescents from 9 to 14 years old, there will be two groups with 40 hours from 4:00 to 6:00 from Monday to Thursday and Friday and Saturday from 9:00 to 11:00 .

Elaboration of mixtures for canned food of vegetable origin, 40 hours Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday in Icasin, manual weaving focused on barcinas, 40 hours, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday in City Hall; application of false nails, 40 hours, from Friday to Saturday, in the community center and basic electricity, 20 hours in the community center only on Saturdays, preparation of national food and drinks.

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The director of Economic Development reported that the support provided by this government agency will be used and the opening of the Equipa program is expected, and these people who will be trained will be used, including them so that they can start their own business.

Degree in communication sciences. Escuinapa correspondent. I have 15 years of work experience in the area of ​​written journalism, in which I have given coverage in the south of Sinaloa. My beginnings were in Concordia where I attended the events of the different productive sectors of the region, as well as the political life and social conflicts of this municipality, located in the mountainous part of Sinaloa. Later I did coverage in El Rosario, where I was a correspondent for 5 years, giving the people a voice through written journalism, as well as attention to the health, tourism, education, agricultural, fishing, livestock and mining sectors of the region. From 2011 to 2013 I ventured into the public service as director of Social Communication and Public Relations of El Rosario. And from 2014 to 2016 I did this same work but now in the municipality of Escuinapa. In 2017 I joined the ranks of EL DEBATE to cover news events in the southern municipality of Escuinapa.

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