The Autonomous Community invests 650,000 euros in rehabilitation works, in the 'Lazareto' building, in the Espalmador area of â€‹â€‹the port, which will last approximately 6 months.
These are the old installations of the National Museum of Underwater Archeology, which are being prepared by the Autonomous Community of the Region of Murcia, as a maritime Vocational Training Center, under the Hesperides Institute.
The Minister of Education and Culture, Esperanza Moreno, said they want to meet two main objectives of the regional government, "improve the quality of education received by students in the Region of Murcia and of course renew and improve their infrastructure." highlighted that in the municipality of Cartagena the resources are especially favorable for professional training in the fishing field.
As explained by the Vice Mayor of Cartagena, Noelia Arroyo, thanks to this rehabilitation, students at the Hespérides FP center will be able to exercise their practices in training cycles that take place today by the sea, â€śbecause that is the uniqueness of Cartagena, which makes us different, unique, and those that makes us also compete with the most developed countries in Europe. â€ť
"What we want from the town hall is that this work can be done in the best possible conditions," he concluded.
Finally, the president of the Port Authority, Yolanda Muńoz, said that it is an example of collaboration between public administrations, by the City Council of Cartagena and the Ministry of Education and Culture of the regional government to â€śdevelop professionals for the future to Cartagena and the Region of Murcia. â€ť
Vocational training for students of the Hespérides Integrated Vocational Training Center (CIFP), includes from the titles of Navigation and Coastal Fishing, Underwater and Hyperbaric Operations and Maritime Transport to Deep Sea Fishing.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Cartagena