11 January 2013

Angola: Study Centre Trains Over 2,000 in 2012

Cazenga — A total of 1,342 people completed a cycle of training run in 2012 by the non-governmental organisation "Centre of Studies and Training for Angola's Future" (CFFA), whose closing took place on Friday in Luanda's high density Cazenga municipality.

The programme comprised five cycles of training in the specialties of stocks management, computers, human resources, computerised accounts, executive and computerised secretariat, marketing, public relations and hardware.

The trainees also learned topics related to computer network techniques, business administration and management, dish installation and fitting, industrial plumbing, welding, electronics, banking operation, decoration, culinary and bakery.

Addressing the closing of the programme, the project's director general, Mpasi Boloko, said the training will enable the trainees to participate in the country's development process.

According to the official, the project is part of the Government-designed programme of support and response to the fight against poverty and prevention of juvenile crime.

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