Thu, 11 Dec 2014 15:45 - Updated Thu, 11 Dec 2014 15:44
Official calls on young people to invest more in training
Luanda - The State Secretary for Public Administration, Labour and Social Security, António Paulo, Thursday in Luanda urged young people to invest in vocational training in order to ensure their first job.
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State Secretary for Public Administration, Labour and Social Security, António Paulo
Antonio Paulo was speaking at the closing ceremony of 2014 training course run at all vocational training centres in the country, sponsored by National Institute of Employment and Vocational Training.
Official said the higher education is important, but it is necessary that people increase the professional knowledge.
According to him, professional training is fundamental to perform any activity.
The closing ceremony was attended by National Director of Employment, Leonel Bernardo, national and provincial directors of Public Administration, Labour and Social Security (MAPTSS).
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