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Eritrea: effort to produce young people with knowledge and skills


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During an activity evaluation meeting held on 19 February, the Sawa Vocational Training Center indicated that it was making great efforts to produce young people with the necessary knowledge and skills who could have an impact on the process. of nation building.

According to the reports presented by the directors of the various fields of study, the necessary preparation has been made to start the academic year as planned thanks to the coordinated participation of the Vocational Center and the National Service Training Center.

The director of the Vocational Training Centre, Mr. Tesfay Tewolde, said the center provides two-year practical and theoretical training in 12 fields of study, including design, survey, electricity, electronics, installation of water pipes, computer maintenance, cooling system, operation of machinery. and Maintenance as well as Metal and Woodworking.

Mr. Tesfay also called on relevant institutions and stakeholders to enhance participation with a view to further developing the center.

The participants of the meeting conducted an in-depth discussion on the reports presented and adopted various recommendations, in particular to strengthen the relationship between students, teachers and staff of the center as well as to create an atmosphere conducive for students to have access to the development of their skills practically in the institutions of their fields.

Speaking on the occasion, Colonel Debesai Ghide, Commandant of Sawa National Service Training Center, said teachers and staff at the center have a responsibility to produce competent and well-equipped students with knowledge. and skills and expressed their willingness to stand by them in all their endeavours.

The Sawa Vocational Training Center currently provides vocational training in 12 fields of study to 23,137 students, including 10,741 women.

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