SEFOPE- sign agreement with Skills training centers for the skill development training

SEFOPE- sign agreement with Skills training centers for the skill development training

DILI, august 08 2021 (TATOLI)-State Secretary for Vocational Training and Employment (SEFOPE) and vocational training centers signed an agreement to offer the skill development training to the young Timorese.

The State Secretary for Vocational Training and Employment (SEFOPE), Alarico de Rosário asked for cooperation between The Director of the training centers to provide quality training for the participants to reach the goal.

“The participants have to learn hard to develop their skills to be useful in the future job opportunity, after completing their training, ” Alarico de Rosário told the reporters in Caicoli, on 06, 2021, on Saturday.

The Director-General of SEFOPE, Paul Alves said that this program is offered with the aims to achieve government sustainable development gold. It is necessary to provide Timorese young people with the proper skill and ability to create jobs for their life and even be able to compete at the national and international level.

He added that this program is to reinforce SEFOPE’s commitment to implementing the government’s strategic plan for the sustainable development goal for 2021 and 2030.

Mr. Alves also said Within providing life skill training for young people can be solved out social-economic issues, easy way for people to access job opportunities and have permanent income in their families.

The SEFOPE’s training Director, Meteus Wilfredos dos Santos Tallo considered that the training centers commit to accomplishing the government’s policy on achieving the main goal.

“The government of Timor-Leste is prioritizing to increase some training for various areas comprising of Agriculture, health, tourism, languages and among others. This program is to bring Timorese people able to have a professional skill,” he said.

Currently, 12 horticulture and hospitality training centers across the territory are accredited and will benefit 560 Timorese.

Journalist: José Balarmino De Sá

Editor: Nelia Borges Rosariot


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