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Register of Beneficiaries for the training of unemployed persons through the Training and Lifelong Learning Centre (KEDIVIM) of the Higher Educational Institutions and the licensed Lifelong Learning Centre (KDBM)

This service is currently not available.

Registered unemployed persons can apply to participate in the Register of Unemployed persons for the training of 30.000 unemployed through Higher educational institutions KEDIVIM and licensed Lifelong Learning Centre (KDBM) under the Public Employment Service (DYPA) project for the implementation of the project ‘Upskilling and retraining programmes in sectors with high demand with a focus on digital and green skills’ and the implementation of publicity actions by the Executive National Strategic Reference Framework (ESPA),  Second Cycle.

To apply, you must:

  • you are registered in the Register of Unemployed Persons of the Public Employment Service (DYPA) regardless of whether you receive unemployment benefit or not.
  • you are over 18 years of age
  • you have completed at least compulsory education. If the qualification was obtained abroad, an official translation and recognition document are required.

Each training programme may require additional conditions for the participation of beneficiaries.

In the context of this call-ups, you may NOT apply to:

  • Those who are not unemployed, registered with the Public Employment Service (DYPA), and over 18 years old
  • Those who have received a KAVAS in the context of the unemployed or employed persons under Action 16913 and you have been included in a section that has been implemented.

You will need:

  • your personal Taxisnet credentials
  • attach the necessary supporting documents

The submission of applications will open on Wednesday 18 October 2023 at 14: 00 until the available places are filled.
 

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