Nine students of the Salesian school Loyola of Aranjuez in Madrid, accompanied by the coordinator David Roman Maqueda, a Spanish teacher and the director of the CFP of Bra Valter Manzone visited yesterday morning, Tuesday 8 May 2018, in the Municipality of Bra, where they met a delegation from the municipal council. The boys, who attend the classes of basic vocational training in Aranjuez (Acconciatori, Amministrativi, Meccanici and Elettricisti), spent a month in the city, for a training and working experience in local companies, as part of a consolidated exchange scholastic between the Spanish Salesian Institute and the local one. While for the nine young people received at the Palazzo Municipale, the internship in Italy is coming to an end, the colleagues of the intermediate professional training still remain under the Zizzola for a few weeks, in the city for a total of 3 months; in February and March, the students of the Vocational Training Center in Spain went to Spain, in what was the seventh year of successful scholastic exchange.
Thanks to the municipal administration of the city, thanks to the staff of the Spanish institute and Cfp-Cnos Braidese for their commitment in carrying out this project, "significant experience, not only from the scholastic point of view, in the students' educational path". (Em)
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