The Minister of Labor meets with leaders of the Italian Salesian Institute in Cairo…
Shehata: Cooperation for vocational training and developing youth skills in professions with international certificates
Preparing trainees for the local and international labor market… and the “Minister” visits the “Institute” next week…
Coordination with the Institute’s leadership to formulate an intensive partnership for skills development in the Institute’s workshops and the Ministry’s training centers.
The Ministry will play an active role in providing job opportunities for graduates from the Institute or from the Ministry’s training centers.
Today, Monday, Minister of Labor Hassan Shehata responded to the invitation of the Director General of the Italian Salesian Institute “Don Bosco” in Cairo, Pedro Garcia Pérez, and his delegation, where the institute’s branch will be in Cairo, next week, in order to delve deeper into the activity of the “Institute” and its courses in graduating batches of Egyptian youth. With international certificates, and qualified for the domestic labor market. Minister Shehata directed the specialized work team from the “Ministry” to communicate with the leaders of the institute to formulate a partnership and intensive cooperation during the coming period. This came during the meeting held by the Minister of Labor, Hassan Shehata, at the headquarters of the “Ministry” with the attendees. Among the institute’s leaders are: Director Fr. Pedro Garcia Pérez, Fr. Thomas John Liu the administrator , Mr. Youssef Fayez and Mrs. Amal Girgis from legal affairs, and Mina Nasr the translator.
Minister Hassan Shehata said that the expected partnership with the institute, with its branches in Cairo and Alexandria, cannot be limited to just a protocol, but will extend to a full partnership and cooperation in the vocational training file, developing young people’s skills in professions needed by the labor market at home and abroad, and providing training courses “courses.” Within the Institute’s workshops, as well as seeking the assistance of the Institute’s experts and trainers to train trainees in the training centers affiliated with the Ministry of Labor, granting them international certificates, and even the Ministry playing an active role in providing job opportunities for graduates from the Institute or from the Ministry’s training centers.
The Minister explained that the Ministry seeks to achieve an integrated training system to develop human resources skills and support the capabilities of young people to obtain suitable job opportunities, through existing cooperation with the Institute to improve the training process and provide proposals for modern technologies to equip vocational training centers and support them with educational and training expertise. To obtain the highest level of technical and craft training.
According to a press release, cooperation between Egypt and Italy began in the field of technical and industrial training, with an executive protocol, in implementation of the cultural cooperation agreement between the two governments on January 8, 1959, as well as the protocol signed between the two countries on March 28, 1970, where the “Salesian Don Bosco” Institute was established in Cairo in 1926, to carry out its role. In training and education, in professions needed by the labor market, including: electricity, where he tests and deals with the maintenance of electrical lines and panels and automated equipment for control, and the ability to implement and repair electrical networks and PLC digital mechanisms. The young man is trained on operating principles and uses of electrical machines, and how to install power units. Solar, and in the field of turning mechanics, for training on designing mechanical parts using CNC numerical control, Working on programmed and unprogrammed machines, maintaining and installing operating devices, learning about the general elements of electronics and computers for use in automatic control, being able to read technical designs, and also car mechanics, to be able to dismantle and install the mechanical parts of the car, perform engine overhaul work, and use A device for detecting faults, treating car faults, mastering technical drawing, and in the field of turning mechanics and welding as well, mastering all types of welding “oxygen, electricity, and petroleum pipe welding, carbon dioxide and argon welding, preparing and installing welding equipment, mastering technical drawing, and manufacturing metal furniture.” Installing, maintaining and repairing refrigeration machines and air conditioners, and solar energy projects.
The meeting was attended by the Ministry of Labor: Ihab Abdel-Ati, the Ministry’s legal advisor, Ayman Qatamesh, Head of the Central Administration for Vocational Training, Manal Abdel Aziz, Head of the Central Administration for Minister’s Office Affairs, and Dr. Rasha Abdel Basset, Head of the Central Administration for Foreign Relations and Follow-up of Egyptian Labor Affairs Abroad, and Omneya Abdel Hamid, Technical Assistant in the Minister’s Office.