The Labor Minister Carlos Tomada, today hosted the signing of nine agreements with various unions under the "Support Program Union Training" at the headquarters of the Labor Ministry. Speaking, Tomada said: "We are maintaining and strengthening the presence of trade unions in the democratic life of our country, as there is a conviction of this government on strengthening the union”. Then he remarked that "none of this answers a coincidence, is part of a management policy decision initiated in May 2003.If there is a strategic ally of this government are the workers and their unions.
Finally, Tomada welcomed the signing of the agreements, since "the trade union education and training are also an instrument of liberation, progress and social progress." Trade Union Training Coordinator, Ricardo Gringras, said "our goal is to highlight arrival inside the unions and with these agreements arrived at almost 750 participants número100". The agreements with the signatories include actions in the provinces of Buenos Aires, Santa Fe, Mendoza, Cordoba, Salta and Neuquen.
At the same time, reach to 748 recipients, among secretariats members, delegates and members. , 80% of agreements are signed with organizations that perform first union training courses. Unions signed agreements are:
• FONIVA (National Labor Federation Apparel Industry and Allied)
• CGT Zona Norte - SADOP
• ASPI (Santa Fe IAPOS Employees)
• UOM Bahia Blanca (Metal Workers Union)
• Light and Power ROSARIO / ROSARIO NATIONAL UNIVERSITY
• SUTRA.CO. VI Santa Fe / ROSARIO NATIONAL UNIVERSITY
• SUTIAGA Mendoza (UNITED WORKERS UNION INDUSTRY AND RELATED aerated water of Mendoza)
• Graphics WORKERS UNION Cordoba - Cordoba National University
• AMET-JUMP (Association of Teachers of Judge Skip Technique)
It is recalled that the Trade Union Training Program provides technical and financial assistance for the development of trade union training activities aimed at strengthening the trade unions, and its main objective is to promote the association aims to promote the existence of labor organizations increasingly qualified, which is an objective of national interest needed to sustain economic development with social justice. Accompanying Minister Tomada, the rector of the National University of Córdoba, Silvia Escotto, and union representatives of the nine unions signatories.