The registration period to participate in the Leisure and Free Time Monitor Course, jointly organized by the General Directorate of Youth and the Department of this branch, ends on September 25 and the price of the course is 90 euros, as you remember the mayor Inmaculada Blázquez.
This is a small fee given that both the General Directorate of Youth as the municipalities involved, in this case the Totana, directly pay an economic game to participating schools so that young people have to pay a lower figure.
The course will take place from Friday, September 28 to Saturday, January 26, 2019;
and this is part of the "I Am Monitor" initiative, which will benefit a total of 14 municipalities in the Region of Murcia, including the totanero, explains the Councilor of Youth totanera.
The course will be taught by the School of Animation and Education in Leisure Time "Cultural Habitat" and is aimed at people over 17 years old at the beginning of this training, and not less than 18 to receive the corresponding diploma, with an academic background Minimum of Graduated School, Graduated in the ESO or its academic equivalent.
The initiative lasts 250 hours, of which 160 are theoretical and 90 are practical;
and the schedule is on Fridays, from 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
and Saturdays, from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. and from 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
The course will be taught at the Sociocultural Center "La Cárcel" and all information and registration are available on the web www.formacionjuventud.carm.es/ (Basic Training section), as well as in the Informajoven of the Youth Council, in telephones 659-94 99 37, 968-422556 and 968-422817;
and in email@example.com and www.mundojoven.org