FPEmpresa relaunches EmpleaFP, employment search tool for VET

FPEmpresa relaunches EmpleaFP, employment search tool for VET 

FPEmpresa VET Schools Association, in collaboration with Bankia Foundation, updates and improves EmpleaFP, its employment search tool exclusive for VET. This renewal is justified by the strong commitment of the Association to keep working in favour of VET. 

Flexibility and practical orientation have made VET one of the job prospects with higher rates of employability not only in Spain, but also in Europe. For this reason, FPEmpresa wants to adapt to the new labour market’s demands by upgrading EmpleaFP, the exclusive job search engine for those who have finished any VET studies. 

This tool is the meeting point for graduates, VET centres and companies that look to fulfil their specific employment needs. EmpleaFP is a free, quick and easy-to-use tool that will allow users to find exactly what they are looking for whether it’s for job searches by graduates, job listing management by centres or searches for the ideal candidates by companies. Every productive sector needs to find qualified staff trained in specific areas and with specific skills and capabilities; EmpleaFP wants to make this task easier for everyone involved in the process. 

This tool has been active for a few years now. With more than 12,000 registered students and more than 4,000 job offers published, it is the reference job search engine in the field of VET. Now, thanks to this improvement, EmpleaFP’s website interface is more attractive, intuitive and user-friendly. In order to explain all its new features, several one-minute video tutorials have been produced and made available at FPEmpresa’s YouTube profileEmpleaFP can be accessed through the following link.

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