A MoU with the Nomi Network to increase handicraft skills of people in small to medium enterprises in the Kingdom.
As new roles emerge and skills requirements change, the size of the existing pool of skilled workers is not going to be big enough to meet demand. So, what options do business leaders have? Miguel Milana tries to answer this question.
Scholarships: MCW Global Young Leaders Access Programme 2019 – Brunei Darussalam Scholarship – Enhancing Professional Communication Skills for ASEAN 2019 – 2019 YSEALI Engage Workshop
Japanese bill to welcome foreign workers.
The National AIDS Authority to provide skills training for HIV sufferers.
Gross premiums in the rapidly growing insurance sector rose by 28 percent during the first nine months of the year, reaching $143 million, although the industry remains plagued by a lack of skills and qualifications, experts said.
Are you planning to go into business? I know that you know that it won’t be a piece of cake. Doing businesses require much skills, knowledge, professionalism, attitude and wisdom.
As part of plans to adapt to technological trends, the government announced last week the construction of a centre inside one of the nation’s leading universities that will focus on the skills young tech entrepreneurs need to succeed in the digital economy.
Labour Ministry and Swisscontact sign an MoU to provide skills training in 3 provinces.
Travelling and studying abroad will help students learn the cultures, lifestyles of other races, as well as gain and practice soft and hard skills from people around the globe.
Events: ZAMAN UNIVERSITY – ASEAN TOWARD REGIONAL STABILITY THROUGH SOCIAL MEDIA – CAREERSCON 2018
People often express the importance of acquiring skills to advance in their career. Here, you are about to submerge yourself into a learning about two skill sets: soft skills and hard skills.
Education Minister advises students who fail the national exam to study vocational skills.
The Ministry of Labour and the Cambodian Federation of Employers and Business Associations (Camfeba) yesterday agreed to work together to reduce the nation’s infamous skills gap, signing a memorandum of understanding to establish Sector Skills Councils (SSCs).
The government has chosen June 15 as the date for an annual National Day of Technical and Vocational Education.
Many professionals are good at managing businesses. They know how to get tasks done and bring in impressive revenues every month.
One third or more of second graders in Cambodia are unable to read.
The quality of education in Cambodia has continuously evolved through the years. Both public and private institutions offer high-standard education, pushing the youth to learn better and faster.
A Chinese firm to create online courses teaching various skills to Cambodians.
Plan International Cambodia and the local NGO Krousar Yoeung are providing vocational training and short skills courses for Cambodian youth whose families cannot afford higher education.