La Vital offers 1,300 places in 29 leisure and training courses |The mail

2022-07-21 01:34:56 By : Ms. Darlee Zou

This is your last news to see this monthBrowse without limits for 6 months for only €19.95, save 50%Already a subscriber?Log inYou have news to see this monthYou have 1 news left to see this monthBrowse without limits for 6 months for only €19.95, save 50%Already a subscriber?Log inThe courses are open to interested parties of all ages./ Rafa GutierrezVitoria's training and leisure offer will grow this autumn with the proposal launched by the Vital Foundation called 'Ikas Vital'.This program, open to all ages, will offer 29 courses in its first season, with a total of 1,300 places available.Twenty-one of the activities will be taught in person at the headquarters of Fundación Vital, in the Casa del Cordón.The offer includes subjects such as 'Economy', 'Legislation', 'International Press', 'The importance of managing emotions through the body', 'Medieval History', 'Origin and evolution of painting in the Basque Country', ' Languages ​​+55' (English, French and Basque), cultural outings or the possibility of being part of a choir.The block dedicated to breaking the digital divide through learning and the use of mobile devices, applications and other technologies will also be face-to-face, with courses lasting 30 sessions, such as 'Learn to manage your computer' (basic level), 'Gestiones and internet utilities', 'Learn to protect your mobile and computer', 'Learn to handle the Android mobile', 'Basic tricks to take photos with your mobile' and 'Use of mobile GPS'.In addition, it will be possible to choose between following online or face-to-face training in the subjects of 'Philosophy', 'Colonial empires in the 19th century', 'Well-being and nutrition', 'Vocal forms', 'History of rock', 'Music and cinema ' and 'South American Art'.Only the yoga course will be online only.Most will start in October, except for languages, which will start at the end of September.«We were pioneers in designing cultural and leisure programs aimed at the over 55-year-old public, but we have verified that they were increasingly in demand among younger people.That is why we have decided to open our offer to all ages, incorporating new activities, without forgetting to offer some exclusively for the group over 55. The desire to learn does not have years or a specific profile, "says Arantxa Ibañez de Opacua, director of Vital Foundation.Hiking and Language activities are reserved for the most veteran public.For them and for the rest of the courses, those interested can register from September 7 to 16 at the Casa del Cordón or through the website www.fundacionvital.eus, where timetables and prices can already be consulted.