BAGHDAD - Batool al-Hassani
prepared the Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs broad plan to change the vocational training programs through the adoption of pilot programs in its training centers in Baghdad and the provinces.
Ministry spokesman Amar Menem said in a statement »Sabah»: The ministry is seeking to change the training programs professional to keep pace with developments in the world developments through the adoption of pilot programs in vocational training centers after the acquisition trainee skill in a particular profession, in order to change and enhance the behavior of the trainee to integrate into society, as well as create a spirit of teamwork to them.
He disclosed that the ministry has registered more than 500 000 Unemployed during the current year is to make them work on the development of training programs in affiliate centers, and of the 37 centers 0.15, including the capital, Baghdad, in light of the growing demand by the job seekers.
and between Menem said the ministry has coordinated with several international organizations in the field of vocational training similar to Acting Korean International Cooperation (KOICA), which contributed significantly to the establishment of new training centers and causing personnel in South Korea to be trained by giving them modern expertise in the field of vocational training, as well as the contribution of the Organization (BIP) Norwegian in this area.
He stressed that the organizations similar, also contributed to supplement the training centers needs what yielded the development of portability Mlakatha, revealing the ministry has trained 156 thousand and 125 job seekers of males and females on different careers in Baghdad and other provinces over the past nine months.
Among the ministry's spokesman said the pilot program is one of the programs mission, which aims to increase the knowledge and skills of job seekers in the field of the establishment of small enterprises as well as bridge the relationship with the labor market and allowing young people setting up their own business through training on the preparation of a typical action plan include the feasibility study and the calculation of direct and indirect costs of the project and how to determine the right place and to identify potential customers and how to leases and mechanisms of borrowing from the banks.
He pointed out that the Minister of Labour Mohammad Xiaa Sudanese instructed the need to adopt modern methods to teach as well as attention to the practical aspect and be professions that are training them keep pace with the Iraqi labor market to enable the participants to engage the private sector and the establishment of their own individual projects as well as the importance of benefiting from the expertise of trained craftsmen and vocational training centers.
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