17 April 2014

Tunisia: Two Twinning Protocols in Building Trades Signed

Tunis, — Two twinning protocols were signed, Thursday in Tunis, between the training centre of building trades "Ibn Sina," the French "CFA" Centre of Reims and the "Lycée labellisé Métiers, Georges Brière."

The signature took place on the inauguration day of the Ibn Sina vocational training centre specialised in building trades and public works co-funded by the Ministry of Vocational Training and Employment and the French Development Agency.

A large French delegation of professionals from the building and public works sector led by the Rector of the Academy of Reims visited, Thursday, the Tunisian Confederation of Industry, Trade and Handicrafts (UTICA) to establish contacts with Tunisian professionals to strengthen bilateral partnership in the building and public works sector and the building material industries.

UTICA President Wided Bouchamaoui said that through this Tunisian-French fruitful co-operation, the two countries could capture new markets, mainly Africans.

She stressed the need to value vocational training in Tunisia and encourage youth to join training centres.

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