An action plan has been drawn up by which the Ministry of Labour will give certification to the programme of skills training and various complementary programmes. The Foundation will undertake to provide support for vulnerable segments of the population and to foster their inclusion.
The Ministry of Labour, Employment and Social Security together with the La Salle Foundation have signed an agreement which aims to produce a joint plan of work for stimulating people’s employability by giving them professional skills training.
The Ministry was represented by the Secretary for Employment, Miguel Ponte, and the Subsecretary for Policies on Employment and Professional Training, Conrado Reinke. The Foundation was represented by its leader Santiago Pedro Rodriguez Mancini. The document lays down the lines for joint work to ensure that the college will promote the development of training programmes for those in work or unemployed.
The Ministry will give certificationn for the skills imparted and will complement this by setting up training schemes for work and a programme of induction into the workforce, together with access to the courses on offer.
Similarly, both parties undertake to improve the continued development of the teachers to ensure the quality of the educational work of the Foundation, which will give priority to vulnerable groups and encourage their intake into the programmes it offers