The Canary Islands School of Health and Social Services (ESSSCAN) has published its training plan for 2020, which comprises a total of 291 training actions, divided into three blocks, 28 general training, 237 specific training and 26 training in occupational risk prevention.
As reported by the Ministry of Health of the Canary Government, the pre-registration period opened this Saturday and this year registrations can only be done virtually, through the ESSSCAN main website https://www.essscan.es.
The training actions are aimed at the staff of the Canary Health Service and the Ministry of Social Rights, Equality, Diversity and Youth. The training plan has in this edition a total of 7,482 places within its Continuous Training program.
In this way, it will teach a total of 2,989 hours, spread over 2,532 for the health area; 394 for the Occupational Risk Prevention area and 63 for social policy activities.
Likewise, online training has a teaching load of 490 hours and blended training another 241 hours, representing 24% of training that will be carried out this year.
The ESSSCAN has the purpose of promoting the preparation and quality of the work of health and social rights professionals for the best provision of the services for which they are responsible. In terms of training, the School prepares and executes plans and programs for the training, retraining and improvement of health professionals.
In order to facilitate the enrollment of students, a catalog with training activities that includes a small enrollment guide will soon be enabled on the ESSSCAN website. The priority of this year is that all professionals can access the training, with the maximum guarantees and security.