100 public schools out of 1,962 across the country were chosen for the project.
A MoU on housework, language and culture skills training for Cambodians in S. Korea.
Three of Cambodia’s best cyclists will soon be flying to France for further training.
Interior Minister: Coronavirus is affecting training programmes at Police Academy.
PM requests South Korea to provide e-government training to Cambodian officials.
Three Cambodian skateboarders/roller players depart for S Korea for winter training.
Some 21 wrestling coaches undergo intensive training programme to improve skills.
Mines Ministry provides its first-ever training to 216 provincial and ministry officials.
Over 100 police officers are receiving training to deal with strikes.
About 200 primary and high school students receive cultural heritage training.
Khmer Pilot Training Co Ltd, the only private aviation training school in Cambodia, has resumed operations.
Defence Minister urges Japan to continue providing additional training to the army.
French champions Paris St Germain have said they will take action against Neymar after the Brazilian forward failed to report for training on Monday.
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Training for all unlicensed truck drivers working at the Phnom Penh Autonomous Port.
Indian company seeks to provide vocational skill training for out of school students.
Soft Tennis Federation sends six of its athletes to a training sojourn in S Korea.
Prime Minister Hun Sen requests China to offer more Science and Technology training opportunities for Cambodians.
PM appeals to encouraging school dropouts to learn vocational skills.
Labour Ministry to introduce information technological skills in its vocational training.
The Social Affairs Ministry has urged its officials to train and employ more people with disabilities in a bid to improve their living conditions.
RDB announces a new $2-million programme to boost agricultural production.
Phnom Penh police chief asks for help training a Special Intervention Unit.
Interior Minister encourages the National Police to attend additional training.
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In a bid to curb traffic accidents involving tuk-tuk and rickshaw drivers, Transport Minister Sun Chanthol yesterday called on all unlicensed drivers to attend road safety training and obtain a license within three months.
In December 2018 the Japanese parliament approved a new immigration law to bring a slew of foreign workers to Japan from April 2019.
The Cambodian Garment Training Institute has been providing intensive training programmes to garment workers since 2016.
Cambodian youth nowadays enjoy the challenges that are ever present in the start-up world. They take the challenges as motivation to learn more and do more tech-related works, knowing that they don’t really need formal education or training in IT; just pure and strong commitment and willingness to learn
Royal Cambodian Armed Forces (RCAF) commander-in-chief General Vong Pisen has called on soldiers to be loyal to the nation and strictly implement the government orders.