During the first call for the “Know How to Be OK” Program, more than 3,000 Venezuelans will be able to have their job skills certified through a formal alliance between the Ministry of Labor, the National Apprenticeship Service and this diplomatic office.
The “Saber Sí Vale” program continues to be active throughout the Colombian territory and will recognize labor competencies in areas such as Administrative Management, Document Management, Health Services, Marketing, Security and Surveillance, Construction and Infrastructure, and Tourism, among others.
This process is free and you can start it on the website of the Ministry of Labor, however, people who do not have internet access can attend face-to-face conferences organized by this diplomatic office in different locations.
The Charge d’Affaires of the Venezuelan Embassy in Colombia, Eduardo Battistini, assured “this is an important measure for inclusion, for the integration of migrants, and taking into account that many of them have difficulties accessing the internet, we have these itinerant points to have been placed to attend people in person.
This program of the Ministry of Labor is expected to last for at least 4 years.
This is another clear example of the good will of the Colombian government.