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The President of the CEOE, Antonio Garamendi and the President of CEPYME, Gerardo Cuerva, have met with the Minister of Education and Training, Isabel Celáa; CCOO General Secretary Unai Sordo; and the Deputy Secretary General of the UGT, Cristina Antoñanzas, thus demonstrate the importance of public-private collaboration in the field of Vocational Training, in line with the main European countries. During the meeting, the Social Dialogue Table for Vocational Training was established within the framework of the National Qualifications System.

"The Government is firmly committed to Vocational Training as a restructuring tool for the economy and employability. In this country strategy, the collaboration of the social partners is essential. There is no quality FP without the company and this Table must serve to consolidate an environment of mutual trust based on co-responsibility ”, Celaá explained.

The social partners, for their part, have expressed their satisfaction with the creation of a unique VET system, which integrates the VET of the Educational System and the VET for Employment associated with the National Catalog of Professional Qualifications.

The constitution of the Table represents a further step in the alliance around Vocational Training promoted by the Executive within the framework of the VET Strategy approved in November 2019. “Companies and social partners must be direct protagonists of a The most modern and innovative Vocational Training, just as our country deserves, ”said the minister.

Celaá, who has been accompanied by the Secretary of State for Education, Alejandro Tiana, and the Secretary General for Vocational Training, Clara Sanz, has shared with the employers' and union leaders the Ministry's roadmap for the Legislation in Vocational Training. It has also highlighted the need to generalize the procedures for the recognition and accreditation of the professional competences of the active population that, despite carrying out their work activity on a daily basis, lacks degrees.



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