Angola: National Training Plan Seeks Development

Luanda — The Angolan minister of Higher Education, Adão do Nascimento, said Monday in Luanda that the National Personnel Training Plan (PNFQ) is designed to turn the sector into a factor of development in partnership with other sectors that participate in the process.

The official was speaking during the presentation of the PNFQ and the programme of activities for 2013/2014.

He on the occasion explained that the (PNFQ) is a Government- designed progrmme and must therefore be implemented with the involvement of various sectors.

To this end, Adão do Nascimento added, an inter-ministerial commission has been appointed.

According to the source, currently the PNFQ is being publicised, seeking the involvement of all sectors and partners and a good knowledge of it and involved tasks.

He said as well preparations are underway for the implementation of the PNFQ, which involves the main activities contained on the sector's agenda, before they are incorporated onto the agenda of all institutions of the Higher Education Department.

The minister stated that the general goal is to make of the Angolan Higher Education sector a factor of the country's development, at pace with other sectors, through the preparation of the technicians of various specialties and diversified levels of qualification.

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