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La Diputación General de Aragón entrega el Premio al Mérito Social al Centro de Formación Profesional San Valero por su labor pedagógica en la formación de los jóvenes aragoneses (BOA, 20 de abril).

Beatriz Pradilla Herráiz, estudiante de Desarrollo de Aplicaciones Informáticas Avanzadas en la Fundación San Valero, recibe el Premio Nacional de Formación Profesional del curso 2004-2005, otorgado por el Ministerio de Educación y Cultura. El pasado mes de marzo, Beatriz recibió el diploma que certificaba el Premio Extraordinario que ya había obtenido a nivel autonómico, en el Salón de Actos de la Feria de Muestras de Zaragoza, en el marco de la II Feria de Educación, Formación y Empleo, organizada por el Departamento de Educación, Cultura y Deporte del Gobierno de Aragón.

El proyecto LIFE OPTIMIZAGUA de la Fundación San Valero, aprobado por la Unión Europea, se convierte en un referente de innovación aplicada a la gestión eficiente del agua, y es nominado para representar a España en diferentes premios y reconocimientos internacionales, entre ellos el “Energy Globe for Sustainability”.

SEAS is synonymous with QUALITY TRAINING

San Jorge University, a member of the San Valero Group, which promoted the LIFE DOMOTIC project, has been applying the criteria validated in this project in its renovation and construction projects.

The project, coordinated by Fundación San Valero and with the participation of Fundación Patrimonio Natural de Castilla y León, the Energy Agency of Graz (Austria), Europa Innovación y Desarrollo and the Association for Development and Sustainability, has demonstrated the potential for reducing energy consumption and CO2 emissions that domotic and inmotic technologies applied to the “intelligent construction” of buildings have…

OKUPATION as a Social Phenomenon – Round Table

The position of President of the Foundation’s Board of Trustees is held by the Councilor of the Government of Aragon responsible for Industry, currently the Vice President of the Government of Aragon and Councilor for Industry, Competitiveness and Business Development, Arturo Aliaga López. The position of Vice-Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Foundation is held by the Director General responsible for Industry, the Director General of Industry and SMEs of the Department of Industry, Competitiveness and Business Development of the Government of Aragon, Javier Navarro Espada.

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Professor of Chemistry of Dyes and Artificial Fibers, and of Printing and Printing at the Escuela Técnica Superior de Tarrassa (1954-1960), he was also Professor of Industrial Organization and Business Administration (1962-1963) and of Theory, Structure and Economic Institutions, and Business Administration and Production Management (1963-1972) at the same school. He was also Professor of Economics at the Escuela Técnica Superior de Ingenieros Industriales de Bilbao (1977-1990).

His work as a teacher was extended by his responsibilities in the management and counseling of educational organizations: he was a member of the Governing Board (1958-1967) and of the Board of Trustees (1967-1974) of the University of Navarra and vice-president (1964-1966) and, later, president (1966-1968) of the European Association of Management Training Centers (EAMTC), with headquarters in Brussels.

St. Josemaría Escrivá, founder of Opus Dei and of the University of Navarra, sent Professor José Javier López Jacoiste to ask Antonio Valero if he would accept the commission to think of some initiative to help businessmen to manage their companies from a Christian approach. In the summer of 1957 López Jacoiste met with Valero and the latter immediately accepted St. Josemaría’s commission; from then on Antonio Valero began to promote the creation of a school for the training of businessmen and senior managers.[4]

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