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December 11, 2019

CVT Myanmar’s vocational skills courses conclude

Union Minister U Thein Swe delivers the speech at the graduation of vocational skills courses of Center for Vocational Training in Yangon yesterday. Photo : mna
Union Minister U Thein Swe delivers the speech at the graduation of vocational skills courses of Center for Vocational Training in Yangon yesterday. Photo : mna

Center for Vocational Training -CVT Myanmar held a graduation of several vocational skills courses at Strand Hotel, Yangon yesterday.
At the ceremony Union Minister U Thein Swe said the 3 years long vocational training courses covered five types of jobs that include commercial assistant, cabinet maker, electrician, hotel & gastronomy assistant and metal working for those who have difficulties in continuing their formal education. These courses need to strive on toward improving the current work site capabilities. It will ensure the livelihood security of youngsters and turn them into innovative and qualified technicians in work sites. Such qualified workers and technicians will support the development of their respective companies and will also benefit the country in implementing Myanmar Sustainable Development Plan. Relevant authorities and partner organisations will also be required to cooperate and participate in the work processes of National Skill Standards Authority (NSSA) said the Union Minister.
Afterwards the Union Minister and officials presented course completion certificates for five types of jobs.
Department of Labour and CVT Myanmar jointly organized and conducted the vocational training and skill courses with the aim of providing vocational education and human resources development, poverty reduction, development of MSMEs (micro, small and medium enterprises) and to create job opportunities it is learnt.—MNA ((Translated by Zaw Min)

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