Posted On 2016-01-08 In Campaign

Fostering Professionals

PARAGUAY, Fabio Flores •

Yesterday, 30 December 2015, we had a great celebration with senior executives, instructors and participants of the professional training courses taught at the institution where I work: the National Service of Professional Promotion (SNPP[1])/ Management of Professional Training (DFCP[2]) of Itá, San Lorenzo Diocese.

The National Service of Professional Promotion and Management of Professional Training is an organism that depends on the Ministry of Justice and Work. Its activities are directed fundamentally to the political work of the government. It carries out its training functions mainly at the national development process, giving immediate response to the labor market in terms of training. The courses are directed towards people at different levels and sectors of the economy, covering the entire national territory through its main, regional, sub-regional headquarters, the collaborative centers and mobile units that allows it to reach any place in the nation.


It all began with the Auxiliary’s visit

Everything began a year before when the Auxiliary MTA visited the institution, and then a missionary brought the first Pilgrim Mother. Then, conjointly with the director, it was decided that the MTA would be the institution’s patron saint. During the second half of the year, it was also decided to collaborate with the capital of grace with contributions from each one of the members. Yesterday, 30 December 2015, the Pilgrim Mothers, the place where the Blessed Mother would be located, and the symbols were blessed.

Cheers Blessed Mother, cheers companions, students and administrators, and with Fr. Hugo Araujo’s blessing, the Blessed Mother was enthroned as patron saint of the institution with the motto: Fostering Professionals.

May the Blessed Mother continue to unite the SNPP[3] family of Itá. Thanks to the director, who motivated us and accepted the Shrine and she is already another devotee. Thanks to the Blessed Mother for establishing her throne as Queen and Lady, for directing our training and teaching, and for being a Mother to this humble but large SNPP heart of Itá.

*Servicio National de Promoción Profesional (SNPP), Dirección de Formación y Capacitación Profesional (DFCP)

[1] Servicio National de Promoción Profesional (SNPP)
[2] Dirección de Formación y Capacitación Profesional (DFCP)
[3] Servicio National de Promoción Profesional (SNPP), National Service of Professional Promotion
Original: Spanish. Translation: Celina M. Garza, San Antonio, TX USA – Edited by: Melissa Peña-Janknegt, Elgin, TX USA

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