Queen Letizia of Spain presided over the commemoration of the 40th anniversary of the National Employment Institute currently known as State Employment Public Service at the Royal Palace in Madrid.
Created in 1978, the aim of the Public Employment Service is the planning and promotion of employment policies based on the needs of individuals and companies through training programs, guidance and promotion of employment.
The Daily Dining Room of the Royal Palace of Madrid hosted the commemorative event, which involved the Minister of Labor, Migration and Social Security, the President of the National Heritage and a former student of the National Heritage Workshop Schools, who recounted his personal experience .
During the event she visited the exhibition of different National Heritage Workshop Schools and learned about the work of the students in crafts such as saddlery, binding, furniture and construction (forging and plaster) and gardening (composition of flowers and natural woods).
Queen Letizia at the exhibition.
The Program of Schools and Workshops of Employment of the National Heritage, which began in 1986, is one of the most relevant initiatives of the Public State Employment Service. Not only does it provide its working students with an employment opportunity and official accreditation of their professional qualifications, but it is also an ideal means to carry out actions aimed at promoting respect and effective equality between women and men, both in the workplace and in the workplace. the social.
Throughout these almost 32 years of promotion of these active employment policies, more than 5,000 student workers have been trained in a score of different jobs related to the conservation and restoration of historic-artistic heritage, traditional arts that need to be maintained and transmit from generation to generation so that they do not fall into oblivion.
The Workshop Schools are aimed at young jobseekers from 16 to 24 years and have a duration of two years divided into two phases: a first training phase of six months, in which they receive an assistance grant of 9 euros per attended school day and a second phase of training in alternation with work, with a duration of eighteen months, in which the students, and workers, receive a compensation equivalent to 75 percent of the minimum interprofessional salary, currently receiving a compensation of 623.93 euros net monthly, including the proportional part of the extraordinary payments.
The Employment Workshops are aimed at people over 24 years of age. For twelve months, all of them training in alternating with work, the working students receive a remuneration equivalent to the minimum interprofessional salary, currently 834.27 euros net per month, including the proportional part of extra payments.
The Promotion and Development Units are support units made up of jobseekers that make up a multidisciplinary team of professions such as architects, forestry engineers, agronomists, restorers or IT professionals, whose purpose is to support the teaching staff of the different projects so that the training imparted and its accreditation is as professional as possible, in permanent contact with the labor market to adapt to the existing demand.
Before leaving Letizia posed for a photograph with the administration of the employment commission.
Once again stepping away from the traditional style notes, Queen Letizia brought back a look that can only be described as classic Letizia. She was wearing Carolina Herrera stone double-face wool coat that we first saw in December 2016 at 40th anniversary of Zeta Group.
Here a look at Letizia wearing the coat in 2016.
Underneath the coat she was wearing a white blouse with a pussy bow. I believe it was her Hugo Boss Banika blouse that she debuted at National Innovation and Design Awards in 2015.
Here Letizia wearing the blouse in 2015.
She paired the blouse with a new stone colored patterned trouser that is yet to be identified.
Letizia teamed up her outfit with her familiar accessories. She was wearing Hugo Boss Camel pumps that she first wore in November 2016 during Portugal visit.
She was carrying a white and camel colour block Carolina Herrera Camelot bag debuted during Royal History Dictionary Presentation in May 2018.
She finished her look with her €2107 Gold & Roses Crawler Skyline Earrings from Gold & Roses. debuted in September this year when she visited her home town Oviedo to open the Academic Year 2018/2019 at CP Baudilio Arce.
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