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Lhasa carried out vocational training

By Liu Fang, Hu Wen Source:China Tibet News 2019年09月17日 16:25

In order to further improve farmers and herdsmen's income through skilled employment, Bureau of Human Resource and Social Security in Lhasa City, the capital of southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region, started with vocational training and carried out the transfer of skilled employment training for 5,185 farmers and herdsmen in 108 training sessions including cooking, security guarding, cleaning, excavator operating, electrical working, Tibetan-style painting, which fully promoted their skills of transfer employment.

In the first half year, Lhasa City increased the efforts of training and expanded its coverage, also built a lifelong vocational skills training organization system with private and public training institutions and enterprises. In addition, series of regulations were carried out to approve the process of the inspection, and improved the whole process and all-round supervision mechanism. Furthermore, training supervision team was built to randomly check each of them for more than two times to prevent violationsof regulations. The bureau strictly implemented the training quality evaluation mechanism, seriously carried out training results assessment; appraisal and training subsidies were allocated in accordance with qualified and initial employment rates of trainings.

The bureau required training implementation agencies to recommend 1 to 3 jobs for each qualified person, and provide follow-up services no less than twice within 3 months. The initial employment rate of the completed training courses all reached 70%. It increased the efforts on vocational training, actively connected enterprises, cooperatives and engineering projects within its area, to establish a long-term mechanism, create new training mode and improve training effectiveness.

The bureau will continue to improve the joint training of schools and enterprises, as well as pre-job training, skill-upgrading training and special training for farmers and herdsmen, and explore new apprenticeship training, too.

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