Africa-Press – Angola. Malanje province has over 544 masters of arts and crafts, trained under the Action Plan for the Promotion of Employability (PAPE).
The training action, the sixth, ended last week. According to the head of provincial services at the National Institute for Employment and Vocational Training (INEFOP), Rui Bravo, since the first course, more than a thousand young people have already been trained, in Malanje, in the specialties of event decoration, hairdressing, barbershop, assembly of satellite dishes, electricity, table and bar, gardening, pastry and cold.
Rui Bravo added that the young people trained by INEFOP, in addition to receiving professional cards, are benefiting from work instruments and micro-credits, in order to create small service provision companies.
“We will continue to give our support to all those who seek us for professional training. Registration for the 7th training cycle is open and we will extend services to the municipalities of Mucari, Canbundi Catembo, Luquembo, Quela and Calandula”, assured Rui Angry.
The deputy municipal administrator of Malanje, Aidenes Aires, asked the new masters of arts and crafts to put into practice everything they have learned, adding that there are several ways to obtain jobs and one of them is PAPE.