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Mon, 18 Dec 2017 16:55 - Updated Mon, 18 Dec 2017 16:55

Young people join INEFOP training opportunities

Ndalatando - The vocational training centers in Ndalatando city, northern Cuanza Norte province, under the umbrella of the National Institute of Vocational Training (INEFOP), register a massive adherence of young people interested in developing skills for joining the labor market and promotion of self-employment.

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Cuanza Norte: Young people join training opportunities

Photo: Eliseu Veloso

The fact was revealed to Angop on Monday by the head of Inefop in the that region, João António Gaspar, alluding that Ndalatando city currently has a vocational training center and an arts and crafts pavilion that provides courses in tailoring, masonry (quarry), electricity, cooling,  computing,  plumbing, locksmith, carpentry and  pastry , which registers a massive adherence of trainees, especially young people.

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