Lubna Tarisha: The development of vocational training aims at self-realization

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The Director-General of the Office for Vocational Training and the Promotion of Labor Lubna Tarisha stressed that the roadmap for the development of vocational training and the creation of “cities of professions and competencies” in each area, presented today to His Majesty King Mohammed VI, seeks to make vocational training a way to achieve self and a path for the future. .

This project aims to rehabilitate the vocational training sector in order to keep up with the economic development of the Kingdom and the competitiveness of companies by making qualified human resources a competitive advantage.

This project includes a new generation of “cities of professions and competencies” that will be established in each part of the Kingdom. She noted that during this first stage of preparation, “we have been keen to take advantage of our previous experience and gather all the conditions necessary to provide a high level And quality. ”

In this regard, it highlighted the adoption of a technical presentation developed with professionals, responding to the current and future specificities of each side, as well as the adoption of a regional charter and the provision of high-tech equipment that would bring the formation space closer to the reality of entrepreneurship.

She also highlighted the adoption of a new governance approach that involves professionals from different sectors and professions and enables more flexibility to adapt to changes in the labor market.

High-level training, as well as adaptive geometry based on the competency approach, fosters “learning by doing” by integrating in each city different application platforms that are adapted to each sector with particular attention to language learning and skills.

To this end, the official pointed out that each city will be available at the Career Center, which will enhance these skills for trainees, adding that “new technologies will be strongly present in the development of these new programs through the use of e-learning and other simulators “He said.

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