Hassan Shehata, Minister of Labor, said that we are participating in the implementation of the state’s plan with the Ministry of Education and the Federation of Egyptian Industries to launch these schools, which play a major role in helping the Ministry of Labor to export labor abroad.
During a conference with the Minister of Education, the Minister of Labor indicated the importance of the training process in industrial schools and the development of these schools as a workforce, stressing the Ministry of Labor’s support for this development, in cooperation with the Ministry of Education and Technical Education and the Federation of Egyptian Industries, pointing out that this cooperation represents an honorable model. cooperation between the government and the private sector.
In his speech, Dr. Mohamed Megahed, Deputy Minister for Technical Education, confirmed that the ministry is seeking to expand and increase the number of applied technology schools, indicating that the quality of applied technology schools is a top priority, as the performance of workers and students is analyzed periodically, and students’ paths are followed up after their graduation, in addition to that. To the application of curricula based on the system of merits, and the balance between the scientific and practical sides, whereby students are given basic knowledge through cultural and artistic materials, and technical skills through practical exercises inside schools and in the factories of industrial partners.