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The lack of qualified labor slows down the new projects of Valladolid companies

The lack of qualified labor is slowing down the development of new projects by companies in the region, has warned the president of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Valladolid, Víctor Caramanzanza.

To alleviate this situation, Caramanzana has announced that the chamber institution will begin next September the activity of the four cycles of specific Professional Training in the degrees of Kitchen Management, Marketing and Advertising, Dietetics and Administration and Finance in its own center.

The chamber leader has presented the project called ‘Campus Cámara’ with which the aim is to unify all the training offer of the entity and adapt it “to business needs”, “always” connected with what they require.

The training offer of the Cámara Campus is made up of the Business School, the International Cooking School, the digitalization initiative of companies ‘Cámara Boost’ and the Specific Vocational Training Center.

Recently, as Caramanzana recalled, the Chamber of Commerce has announced the creation of this private FP center, which will begin to teach in September, four higher-level training cycles with high labor demand such as Marketing and Advertising, Administration and Finance, Management of Cooking and Dietetics. The objective is to “promote not only high job insertion, but also foster professional development and the ability to adapt to changing dynamics of the work environment”.

To this end, the educational model is based on a faculty of professional teachers who come from the business field; and added to this is international ‘coaching’ with Oxford qualifications and the possibility of participating in Erasmus+ and internship programs in other chamber entities; training in the Soft Skills most in demand by companies.

Artificial intelligence

Importance will be given, as Caramanzana has stressed to the use of Artificial Intelligence in a “cross-cutting” way in all formations as a lever for change in organizations – a technology that has been compared to what the printing press meant in its day -; as well as support and guidance throughout the training stage.

Vocational Training degrees will be taught at the chamber’s own center and will have a cost per course of between 3,800 and 5,000 euros, although the first vice president of the entity has pointed out that it is about finding a sponsor to lower it.

The Business School, with “more than 30 years of experience” serving companies, offers, as a novelty this year, shorter specialization courses in subjects such as Marketing Directorate or Management of European Funds, among others that will be announced soon.

Meanwhile, the Chamber of Valladolid has developed a strategic plan to position the International Cooking School as a reference center in Wine and Gastronomy for Europe and Latin America that dignifies the profession of the hotelier and the hotelier. To do this, training will be combined with R&D services and an experimentation HUB.

In the search for “maximum training excellence”, the International Cooking School has been accredited to provide the international reference accreditation in the world of wine for the WSET 2 and WSET 3 courses in face-to-face format.

To accelerate the digital transformation of companies, the cameral corporation created last year, Cámara Boost, the first digital skills accelerator in Castilla y León. Next April it expands its training offer with two specific training courses in Microsoft 365 and Power Platform, to improve productivity, collaboration and process automation through artificial intelligence; and Organizational Design of Digital Transformation in the Company, a course that covers the fundamental dimensions of digital transformation with the different organizational perspectives with which to build an organization in which change becomes an objective and responsibility for everyone.


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