Alberto Fernández announced at the event held on Thursday at the Bicentennial Museum the launch of the Training Program for Young Argentines for Work (Forjar), it is an investment that the National Government will make in technical education through an extraordinary economic contribution which will be used to equip workshops, laboratories and production spaces.

The State will allocate 6,844 million pesos, with the aim that all institutions have the necessary resources to develop instructional activities. “If we don’t have specialists, industries and projects get frustrated,” said Fernandez.

“The countries that grow are those that invest in education. Allocating resources for training is never an expense,” said the president. And he added: “Argentina can never be thriving if it is only dedicated to playing with titles and debt bonds or bets on the production of primary products.”