The Prime Minister, Pedro Sánchez, announced this Saturday in Pamplona that the next Council of Ministers will approve an investment of 1,300 million euros to “further strengthen Vocational Training”.

An endowment that will allow, he explained, “to increase bilingual FP classrooms by 45,000, so that there are 824 more digital training centers and so that there are 1,500 technology and entrepreneurship classrooms so that our kids leave with all the qualifications to be able to be employees and create a company”.

This was announced this Saturday during his speech in Pamplona on the Day of the Rose of the Socialist Party of Navarra. Act in which he was accompanied by the general secretary of the Navarrese socialists and candidate for the Presidency of the Foral Community, María Chivite, and the candidate for the Mayor’s Office of Pamplona, ​​Elma Saiz.

Sánchez has defended that “if we want to continue reducing unemployment, especially among our young people, we have to reform education, the university, but fundamentally vocational training and align it with this change in the production model, those European funds that are modernizing our industry”.