Monday, October 2, 2023

President of Insaforp concerned about the dissolution of the institute

The creation of the Integration Directorate, which will replace the Salvadoran Institute of Vocational Training (Insaforp), has caused great concern. This was expressed by Insaforp President Ricardo Montenegro, who said that the measure puts jobs, programs and scholarships at risk.

“We are waiting for this bill, which was presented to the Assembly primarily by our workers and the vocational training system, which consists of more than 7,000 people who provide training through them and take care of our training programs. Scholarships,” Montenegro explained.

The President of Insaforp hopes that the Assembly will take them into account when discussing the Integration Directorate’s draft law.

The draft national integration law would be discussed in the working committee of the assembly. The bill is signed by the Minister of the Interior, Juan Carlos Bidegaín Hanania, who argues that “training is required in areas that have not traditionally been taken into account, as well as the design of the offer and forms of access to specialization courses.” The purpose of the law is “a legal and institutional framework for the design, implementation and implementation of measures to reduce poverty and promote social development, promoting instances and spaces that favor a sustainable model that improve social, human and economic conditions.”


Art. 36. The public corporation called Salvadoran Vocational Training Institute “insaforp”, established by Legislative Decree No. 554 of June 2, 1993 and published in the Official Gazette on July 29 of the same year, is declared to be in process of dissolution. This process will last until December 31, 2023.

With the creation of the Integration Directorate, the National Youth Institute (Injuve) will also be dissolved.

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