The Bolivarian Government makes available to Venezuelans the Education of Venezuela Platform, where all the educational programs endorsed by the Ministries of Education and University Education will be applied practically to the person.
This was announced this Wednesday by the President of the Republic, Nicolás Maduro during the launch of the Great Venezuela Women Mission. The purpose of this Platform is to encourage training at all levels, so that Venezuelan women can be empowered in different areas of knowledge.
From the Ríos Reyna Room of the Teresa Carreño Theater, the Head of State pointed out that this program will activate the Inces Mujer program dedicated only “to the training of arts and crafts” for women.
The Dignitary explained that this plan also includes Venezuelan women who are outside of Venezuela. In this sense, the head of state explained that “wherever they are, whether in Chile, Peru, Ecuador, Colombia, Spain or the United States, they have the option to study, get their high school or university degree and -get- the their respective diplomas to May you will graduate and, one day, not too late, return to the Motherland as a professional forged on the platform of Edúcate Mujer.”
The distance training method comes from the experience of the National Institute of Socialist Training and Education (Inces), which implemented – as a pilot plan – the Productive Baccalaureate program in Ecuador.
“This is a pilot experience that we will implement in Diplomatic Missions around the world,” said the president of Inces, Wuikelman Ángel.
The Edúcate Mujer platform, in addition to having training and productive self-training programs, includes the Robinson, Ribas and Sucre Missions, the latter accredited by 33 universities in the national territory.
For his part, the Minister of Education, Yelitze Santaella, explained that the Education Platform of Venezuela will apply to all educational programs almost in person to encourage Venezuelan women for their training at all levels.
Likewise, the Minister of University Education, Sandra Oblitas, points out that “the possibility is established for women to be trained in areas of interest and to be linked to any universities.”
“This opportunity that opens up also comes to address the training processes that do not involve a lot of women because they are not traditionally involved or offered for the training of women,” he added.
Finally, President Maduro began to achieve the goal of 750,000 girls who will complete their training in basic, secondary and various education within one year.