8 November 2012

Angola: Govt Intends to Increase Labor Occupation Rate

Luanda — The Angolan Executive continue creating basis that enable the professional training, through more and more insertion of youngsters at the labour market, in order to increase labour occupation rate of the active population, Angop has learnt.

This was said on Thursday by the labour director, Leonel Bernardo, when speaking at the opening of a workshop on Metrology, promoted by the Integrated centre of Technology (Cinfotec), under the theme Metrology and Training in the Context of the Angolan Growth".

Thus, he said, it contributes to the fight against poverty and the affirmation of the full and effective citizenship.

According to the source, the event is an opportunity to show to the participants the potentialities of the Angolan Laboratory of Metrology, as well as the training developed under the partnership with Cinfotec and the Lisbon (Portugal) institute, the importance of the professional training and their participation in the training assessment process.

Under debate will also be the benefits of the implementation of the management system of quality in firms and organizations, as a fundamental step for the development and technological progress of Angola entrepreneurial sector.

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