5 December 2012

Angola: Inefop Consultative Technical Council Kicks Off

Luanda — The Broad Consultative Technical Council of the National Institute of Employment and Professional Training (INEFOP) was opened on Wednesday in Luanda by the state secretary of the Ministry of Public Administration, Labour and Social Security (MAPTSS), Sebastião Lukinda.

The two-day meeting aims to assess the activities held in the 2012 and envisage the works for the year of 2013.

The meeting will discuss themes such as "National Plan of Employment and Professional Training for 2013-2017 period", "Trainers' pedagogical and technical training", "Profile of teacher trainers" and "Rules and procedures of personnel and financial management".

The council will also discuss topics like "Strategy for implementing information and Professional orientation process", "Creation of Occupational Pavilions", "Entrepreneurship in Community and Micro Credit dubbed Amigo"and "Re-structuring and Modernizing Programme of the Municipal Services of Employment".

The event is being attended by provincial directors of INEFOP, heads of department of provincial services and other individualities.

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