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Polyvalent school in Angola’s Huambo seeks excellence in vocational training


Devdiscourse News Desk luanda Last Updated at 07-12-2018 18:17:04 IST Angola
Polyvalent school in Angola’s Huambo seeks excellence in vocational training
  • Vera de Matos assured that the school, which started in February 2011, offers technical and vocational training in innovative and modern professions (Image Credit: Flickr / SuSanA Secretariat)

The creation of excellent conditions to ensure a great quality of technical-vocational training for the students is among the priorities of the Polyvalent School Board in central Huambo province in Angola. The institution is committed to standing out at the professional education in medium term in the country.

The pledge was expressed on December 5 by the director of the institution, attached to a Non-Governmental Organisation (NGOs)' Development Aid for People to People (ADPP), Vera Lúcia Belo de Matos.

Vera de Matos assured that the school, which started in February 2011, offers technical and vocational training in innovative and modern professions. She said that the school is mainly committed to strengthening of institutional partnership with institutions linked to the above subjects.

The 129 student school, enrolled in grades ranging from 7th to 9th, runs subjects in the specialities of environment promoter and assistant of information and social communication.

The institution plans to add the other courses such as those of community agent, assistant of energy, preschool educator assistant, cooker, water assistant and craftsman and textile assistant.

Guardians share with a monthly AKz 3,750 Kwanzas fee for the training. The school has institutional support from UNITEL and funds from ADPP NGO.

With inputs from agency.


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