FPEmpresa VET Schools Association is a non-profit association that brings together public, semi-private and private VET centres from all over Spain.
We have been working since 2012 with the aim of promoting and strengthening VET, by means of exchanging good practices and experiences among the associated centres.
The Association is the meeting point for all those VET centres that want to boost their relations with the corporate world and contribute to the creation of a solid network of centres capable of sharing experiences and projects; projects aimed at guaranteeing the development and consolidation of VET system in Spain.
In 2019, the Ministry of Education and Vocational Education and Training awarded FPEmpresa with the Honours Plaque of the Civil Order of Alfonso X the Wise for fostering VET through collaboration among centres, exchange of experiences and good practices.
Our goal is to give importance and to boost the Vocational Education and Training in our education system and strengthen relations between centres and their surrounding companies. At the same time, we have the objective of generate a greatest presence in the society. This commitment between schools and companies allows to improve the academic offer for VET students and increase their possibilities to enter the labour market.
FPEmpresa works towards becoming a referential figure among schools, institutions, social organisations and companies, with the aim of making VET a real academic alternative with excellent future prospects.
Collaboration: strengthen alliances among different social, educational and financial agents that participate in the field of VET.
Quality: excellence is our guidance.
Transparency: responsible and transparent management.
Diversity: promote diversity and inclusion.
Innovation: work with the latest technologies.
Passion: commitment to projects and people.
Future: guide our actions towards a path full of possibilities.
Luis García Domínguez
José Luis Durán Moyano
Tomás Alonso Pérez
Vicepresident Treasurer Madrid
Sergio San Martín Pinedo
María José Fernández Campos
Gregorio Hernández Pérez
Coordinator Canary Islands
Santa Cruz de Tenerife
Juan José González
Coordinator Castilla – La Mancha
Mariano Monzó del Olmo
Carlos De Olagüe Smithson
Coordinator Madrid and International
Luis Jesús Ruiz Martínez
Coordinator Andalucía, Ceuta and Melilla
Zigor Esnaola Barrutia
Coordinator Basque Country
María Ángeles Bernal Rodríguez
Coordinator Castilla y León
Manuel Hermo Piñeiro
Antonio García Martínez
Olga Castilla Corsa
Sergio Silva Fernández
Nuria Rodríguez Aldama
Coordinator La Rioja
Mª Pilar Apolo Leco
Alfonso Roncal Los Arcos