Kirleo, GAM's training line, seeks to reduce the gap in the labour market for unregulated technical professions. With this aim, an extensive training catalogue is offered that facilitates upskilling and reskilling processes within organisations, complemented by consulting services and bonus management.

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Machinery courses

Industrial machinery training

GAM has different training systems to meet the requirements of individuals and companies:

Open courses

Open courses take place at GAM's facilities on a regular basis and are for freelancers, individuals and company workers.

Tailor-made training

Specific knowledge for companies about equipment and procedures to ensure that workers receive the knowledge they need.

Open courses

For freelancers, company workers and individuals

GAM presents more than 300 courses per month on the use of forklifts, platforms, overhead cranes, working at height, confined spaces, etc. GAM's teaching team includes OHP professionals and certified technicians. Students can practice in a real work environment and with machinery provided by GAM.

At the end of the course, a dossier with the generated documentation is presented, along with a certificate of attendance and aptitude in diploma and licence card format.

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Online theoretical training for companies

Schedule flexibility and access from anywhere you want

GAM's online training platform can combine online and classroom training. Employees can therefore access theoretical training through the platform, which enables total time and geographic flexibility. Then they will apply the knowledge acquired in the practical part, which is carried out in GAM's facilities.

GAM also has an online exercise simulator, with which students can acquire skills in using the equipment and become familiar with the different controls in the cab.

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Organising entity of the State Foundation for job training - FUNDAE

GAM takes care of all the procedures so that companies can take advantage of subsidised training. The subsidies are aimed at companies that develop courses for their employees and contribute to Vocational Training or salaried workers who contribute to Social Security.

The amount of the corresponding training is deducted from social security from the moment the course ends or throughout the year and December is the last month of application.