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The Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan has the quality competitive human resource system to provide all people with life-long learning experiences relevant to their current and future needs in order to respond to and stimulate sustained economic development through an educated population and a skilled workforce. The Ministry of Education (MoE) is a pioneering, participating educational community committed to values, approaching science and excellence, in order to reach universality.
The MoE is responsible for implementing V.E. policy and strategies. The Vocational education & production Management Directorate responsibility include: Planning, follow-up the vocational education at the three levels (center, field directories, vocational schools). Utilizing the training equipment and facilities for production in the vocational schools, Vocational teachers and instructors training, Practical Performance Exam, Researchers (tracer studies), Guidance and counseling, enhances the role of vocational schools in the community development.
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