Strengthening employment services for young people
The Orientajoven programme aims at facilitating 3,000 employment counsellors for the transition of Spanish young people into decent jobs. It is part of the youth active labour market policy launched by the government in December 2018 and known as “Plan De Choque Por El Empleo Jóven”.
The employment counsellors receive training on career guidance, activation measures, gender equality, and strategies to assist vulnerable young people.
The Public Employment Services of Spain, known as SEPE, administer the programme and recruits counsellors. The design and implementation of Orientajoven are reviewed by the Employment and Labour Coordination Meeting.
- Spain, Ministry of Labour, Migration and Social Security
- National Service for Employment (SEPE)