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Workshop on partnership between TVET and the labour market in Taiz, Yemen

14 April 2014, Taiz, Yemen

In Taiz, Yemen, a workshop on developing and promoting the partnership between TVET and the labour market was held in order to define and identify the opportunities as well as the challenges resulting from such a partnership. One of the aims of the workshop was to find ways of improving the relationship and discussing the means of communication.

The two- day workshop was organized by the Institute of Technical and Vocational Education, of the Ministry of Technical Education and Vocational Training, a UNEVOC Centre, and sponsored by the British Council in Yemen. Among the 60 participants were Mr. Abdul Aziz Al-Zarka, Deputy Minister of Labour Market and the private sector, Mr. Saeed Al Khalidi, Assistant Deputy for the standards and quality sector and Mr. Nadim Al-Sakaf, Director of the British Council in Yemen, as well as representatives from the Ministry of Technical Education and Vocational Training (MOTVET), the British Council, the Bureau of Technical Education and Vocational Training in Taiz, the Alhoban Technical Industrial Institute, civil society organizations and the private sector.

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