In the last report submitted by the company that specializes in distance learning Master-D will appreciate this change in trend. The number of registered unemployed in these courses has risen from 74% in 2007 to 83.8% today. The group of children under age 25 also increases, from 33% to 40%. For its part, the number of entries by the immigrant population remains stable at around 9%. By type of courses, preparation of examinations for the State Security Corps recorded a significant increase: from 14.3% in 2007 to 22.6 in October. We follow the courses of Administrative Assistant (15.5%) and Renewable Energy (11%).
For Manuel Fandos, Director of External Relations of Master-D, in the current context of economic recession the student seeks above all the security offered to work for the government, whether at state, regional or municipal. The evolution of the inscriptions shows that our model Open learning is a method of study that is growing exponentially because of its flexibility and the ease with which we have designed our products, multimedia and online. The results our students get in the oppositions’ experience. External Relations Master-D, Manuel Fandos has been responsible for the Departments of Educational Innovation, Product and Mastervision Master-D and is currently External Relations of the company. Doctor in Educational Psychology from the University of Huelva, Bachelor of Science in Education from UNED and Ecclesiastical Studies from the Pontifical University of Salamanca, Fandos a degree in Theology from the Regional Center for Theological Studies of Aragon, and the University Teaching Zaragoza. It also offers the Postgraduate Diploma in Adult Education and is a trainer of trainers and monitor leisure.
His work includes the director of various centers of Public Education, Lifelong Learning Advisor at the Centers and Resource Teachers of Ejea Knights, Calatayud and Zaragoza Juan de Lanuza psychologist and the MEC. Fandos Manuel has worked also as an associate professor at the University of Manchester (England) and professor of Experimental Speech, and Speech and New Technologies and Teaching Methodology.