THE Councillor for New Technologies, Belén Martínez, has delivered diplomas to the students of the July training workshops given at the Guadalinfo Centre in Huércal-Overa.
Martinez congratulated the students for the interest shown in the various activities and achievements and encouraged them “to continue training in the use of new technologies in the different workshops that will continue to carry on starting next September.”
At the ceremony, diplomas were given for three computer courses including Computer Course: digital skills; Office of Advanced Text Processors, Spreadsheets and Presentations and ICT as an opportunity for unemployed people.
The Guadalinfo Centre is a technology centre for public access to the Internet, providing access to information services, support for the improvement of IT tools in companies and entrepreneurs, digital literacy workshops and non-regulated education.
Since its inception, more than 3,000 users and several local associations have already used its services.