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Mongolia-China vocational center opens

By M.ZOLJARGAL

 

In 2012, the Mongolian National Chamber of Commerce and Industry (MNCCI) has launched a project in cooperation with the Peace Development Foundation of China to increase job openings for Mongolian citizens and improve their livelihood. The project was implemented in 16 provinces and two outlying districts of Ulaanbaatar, enrolling over 100 people.

The participants took part in professional training for the production of pastry, felt products and construction and received vocational training certificates.

China has proposed holding the second stage of the project this year, and established the Mongolia-China Joint Vocational Center at the MNCCI building.

At the inauguration ceremony, an exhibition displaying products and items made by first stage participants was on display.

The center, established with the cooperation of Mongolia and China, will focus on training a skilled and professional workforce to meet the demands of the Mongolian information, communication and technology sectors, as part of its primary aim to train a specialized workforce.

It will train professionals in many more sectors in the future as project coverage increases.

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