Egypt’s Minister of Public Enterprise Sector Mahmoud Essmat and CEOs of ministry affiliated holding companies on Monday discussed plans for training in each sector and company.
These schemes are being carried out in preparation for the launch of an integrated training programme in co-operation with the Ministry of Labour.
Training will be offered in metallurgy, chemicals, pharmaceuticals, spinning and weaving, tourism, hotels, construction.
Yesterday’s discussions were part of state policy to make training a permanent and a continuous process to keep pace with developments in science and technology.
The minister said affiliated companies need general, specialised and integrated training programmes based on the actual requirements of each company and sector.
Skills in negotiation, drawing up legal contracts, sales and marketing, market research analysis, languages and cost accounting will also be covered by the training, along with production management, maintenance and warehousing.