(TAP) – The prospects for cooperation in the vocational training sector and the launch of the Turin Process in its new edition 2022-2024 were discussed at a working session held Thursday evening between Minister of Employment and Vocational Training Nasreddine Nsibi, head of Systems Performance and Assessment Unit at the European Training Foundation Hugues Moussey and coordinator of cooperation programmes with Tunisia at the Foundation, Donatella Di Vozzo.
The Turin process (2022-2024) aims to assess the national systems of vocational training to entrench the principle of lifelong learning, according to a statement from the Ministry of Employment and Vocational Training.
During the meeting, the Minister of Employment stressed the need to adopt the Tunisian repository of skills as a mechanism for good governance in the field of vocational training to help improve the quality of training and uphold the culture of entrepreneurship in vocational training centers.
Nsibi welcomed the cooperative relations between the Ministry and this organisation in the field of vocational training, employment and entrepreneurship.
For their part, the representatives of the European Training Foundation expressed the readiness of their organisation to make cooperation programmes successful and support the action programme of the Ministry in the field of employment and vocational training.
Source: TAP News Agency