Parque de Atracciones de Madrid is actively working to promote the integration into the labour market of unemployed and unqualified young people and adults, as well as people with mental disabilities, through several programmes and partnerships:
– Collaboration agreement with the Pinardi Federation of Social Platforms in the Area of Employment to achieve the integration into the labour market of unemployed and unqualified young people and adults: the training and integration into the labour market programme begins with a welcome, assessment and guidance service, to move on to a second phase where the training action is designed for training and subsequent integration into the labour market. During 2021, 16 contracts have been made with a duration of 1 to 8 months; 3 of these people have been converted into permanent workers.
– Agreement with the Camilo José Cela University to carry out internships in the Entertainment Expert Programme. The programme is aimed at learning business skills for people/young people with intellectual disabilities. This training is structured by modules including theoretical and practical learning. After finishing the theoretical training module, the students carry out internships in centres/companies, at the beginning of these they have the presence of an internship tutor who guides them during the first days in the tasks to be carried out, afterwards they are followed up until the end of the internship.
– ASPA Program. This is a programme of the General Directorate of Family and Childhood of the Madrid City Council. The aim of this programme is to offer young people training and pre-employment support (internships) and later employment support, among others. A total of 36 young people have participated in this programme with contracts lasting between 1 and 8 months. After the internship period, 3 of these young people have become permanent employees of the park.