Director General of Technical and Vocational Training of Gilan in an interview with IRNA reporter: Providing more than 605 ,000 hours of skills training to the welfare target community of Gilan
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Director General of Technical and Vocational Training of Gilan in an interview with IRNA reporter: Providing more than 605 ,000 hours of skills training to the welfare target community of Gilan

Last year, more than 605,000 hours of skill training were provided in the public and private sectors in seven target groups related to the community covered by Gilan Welfare.

According to the Gilan TVTO  public relations, Mohammad Hosseini in an interview with IRNA on Friday added: "Of this amount, more than 559 ,000 hours were in the public sector and 46 ,000 person hours." Referring to the conclusion of a new memorandum of cooperation between the Technical, Vocational and Welfare Department of Gilan, he said: "During the agreements made in line with the memorandum of cooperation this year and the development of free training in the public sector, it is possible to introduce all welfare nominees." To benefit from technical and vocational training, enjoy a discount of up to 60%. using the facilities and potential capacities of the two organizations, empowering people through skills training to create sustainable employment and areas of achieving practical knowledge and presence in areas and work environments, improving the level of skills in all fields Advanced skills required by the labor market is one of the most important goals of concluding a technical, vocational and welfare memorandum in Gilan, Hosseini pointed out. Memorandum of Understanding between the Gilan TVTO and Welfare of Gilan on Thursday in order to empower and improve job skills and reduce social harms in the community and address the issues of vulnerable groups using existing capacities signed by Mohammad Hosseini, Director General of Technical and Vocational Training And Dr. Hossein Nahvinejad, Director General of Welfare of Gilan.


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