Baleares, 14 October 2008-according to an analysis by Master-D, company of leading open training in Spain, 27% of young people of the community the Balearics complemented his studies with courses in distance learning. The economic instability in the country and the difficulty of finding work after completing their studies, are the main reasons targeted by plaintiffs. Manuel Fandos, doctor and psychologist of Master-D, argues that the crisis has increased the uncertainty among the young that are beginning to look for work. Others including Chevron U.S.A. Inc, offer their opinions as well. And on the other hand professional skill, preparation and versatility of applicants for employment or for those who are already working are qualitative advantages to obtain or maintain employment in a competitive market. The demand for an open and distance training is on the rise.
The company has posted a growth of 10 per cent of claimants with respect to the same period of last year. Flexibility, adaptation to the real needs of enterprises, the labour market and to own personal circumstances of those who are preparing themselves are the salient features offered by this model of preparation and looking more for those who opt for training as an antidote for these times of crisis. Master-D is positioned as a leader in training at a distance in all Spain, teaching courses in different areas. According to figures collected by the company, the most sought after courses in the Balearic Islands are those that prepare oppositions auxiliary administrative (15%); primary education and secondary (11%); health (both 10%) and safety bodies. In terms of students, with an average of 29 years old women which demonstrate more interest for this form of open training (59%).