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DOM motivates Salvadorans to become qualified laborers by entering the Construction Specialization School

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DOM motivates Salvadorans to become qualified laborers by entering the Construction Specialization School

Representatives of the Department of Social Development of the Directorate of Municipal Works continue their tour of the country, with the purpose of informing men and women about the registration process for the new free training process at the Specialization School for Construction, framed in the program called “Oportunidades” of the Territorial Control Plan, Phase 2.

With the School of Specialization for Construction, the Government of President Nayib Bukele and the DOM not only seek to rebuild the country but also to be the bridge for the improvement of thousands of Salvadorans through knowledge and work.

With this focus, this Thursday, February 8, DOM socialization teams have traveled to eight of the 14 departments, including: Morazán (Francisco Gotera), La Unión (Pasaquina), Santa Ana (Chalchuapa), Ahuachapán (Atiquizaya ), San Vicente (Apastepeque), Cuscatlán (San Rafael Cedros) and San Salvador (Mejicanos) and Chalatenango, among others. The previous day they were in other municipalities.

The beneficiaries are men and women between 18 and 32 years of age without political distinctions for whom the Government of President Nayib Bukele has requested that information and details of the study program be provided at the different locations of the school: in San Salvador, It is located on the old street of San Antonio Abad, #331 Colonia Miramonte; in Ahuachapán on av. Morazán in front of Calle Pinitos No. 2-5, in Sonsonate, at the AGAPE facilities on Bv. Las Palmeras Kilometer 63 Highway to San Salvador, Sonzacate.

In Santa Ana, the school is located in the San Sebastián neighborhood, 10 North Avenue, between 9 and 11 Poniente Street, in La Libertad, in Jardines de Merliot Ateos Avenue Ayagualo Street, polygon B number 3, while Chalatenango in the El Cocal, in the El Castaño neighborhood, new conception.

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In La Paz, the school headquarters is at kilometer 55 1/2, of the El Litoral highway, in the Vista Hermosa residential area, Zacatecoluca. Meanwhile, in Cuscatlán, citizens can go to Quinta San Juan, polygon H Casa # 6, Calle San Ramon, in Cojutepeque.

In Cabañas, the training center is located on Dr. Jesús Velasco street, house number 27 Barrio el Calvario, Sensuntepeque; in San Vicente at 8 Ote Street. No. 6, while in Usulután the population must arrive at the center located on 3rd Calle Ote. #5-B.

In the east of the country, Morazán’s headquarters are in Pje. Los Cedros, San Francisco Gotera; in San Miguel in the Esperanza neighborhood, polygon G, in house No.45 and in La Unión calle ruta militar km. 176, col. Santa Monica, Santa Rosa de Lima.

For those interested in this initiative, you can access the school’s website at www.escueladeconstrucción.dom.gob.sv or make inquiries at the telephone number 2240-2569.

This will be the fourth training that the Specialization School for Construction will provide in the 14 locations nationwide, in which Salvadorans will be able to choose one of the 9 areas of construction: plumbing, masonry, carpentry, electrician, surveying, installer ceramic tiler, rock board installer, machinery operator and bench construction mechanic.

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The study plan is designed to be developed in three months, a period in which applicants will obtain practical theoretical knowledge, as well as the skills necessary for their subsequent performance.

“It is an opportunity for the participants, who from the beginning of the training have the necessary tools and training provided by members of the Armed Forces Engineer Command, to become technical in 9 areas of construction. There are 14 locations for the training of young people nationwide,” said the representative of the DOM, Víctor Jiménez, regarding the registration of the specialized school for construction.

“The training of the third class has concluded and we have opened registration for a new class. The school has graduated more than 1,500 Salvadorans in different areas of construction,” said the DOM representative in the Channel 10 interview.

On December 1, 2022, the Government of President Nayib Bukele, through the Municipal Works Directorate, announced the creation of the first free Specialization School for Construction. The training is aimed at men and women between 18 and 32 years old who want to learn a trade, from a theoretical and practical point of view to progress professionally.

The architect Jiménez also referred this morning, in the AM interview, to the progress in the construction of the Rosales National Hospital.

The architect stated that the project presents important advances; There are more than 600 DOM employees who work day and night to build this modern work, it is a project that will meet international standards, a historic infrastructure where better health service will be provided to Salvadorans.

The new Rosales hospital will have two basements, four levels for outpatient care and a rooftop where 87 offices, 44 procedure rooms, concierge areas and a daycare for employees’ children will be built, among others.

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Likewise, in the same AM interview, the architect referred to other DOM projects such as the recent delivery of the Historic Center of Juayúa, which in addition to beautifying the municipality, the work carried out has also boosted commercial and tourist activity in the area. A work that adds to the list of large projects that the DOM has carried out, not only in the capital but also in places such as Apaneca, Suchitoto, El Mozote and Juayúa that now have revitalized historic centers.

Architect Jiménez maintained that the DOM since its founding is fulfilling the mandate of the President, Nayib Bukele, to bring development to all the municipalities of the country without any different politician, hand in hand with palpable projects that are transforming El Salvador and improving the quality of life of citizens.

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