[size=36]Basra agrees with oil companies to train (5000) unemployed[/size]
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The governor of Basra, Asaad al-Aydani, on Tuesday, agreed with the oil companies to train (5000) unemployed and give them certificates impose their employment in oil companies.
Aidani said in a statement received (Mawazine News), a copy, that "it was agreed with the oil companies to train (5000) unemployed from the people of Basra during the period of six months as a first stage in the coming period," pointing out that "the trainees will be granted higher degrees Of international companies known and in coordination with Iraqi universities and the Institute of Oil so that the certificate granted to graduates of the unemployed impose the employment of the trainee after the end of courses.
Al-Aydani pointed out that "there is an assurance that the decision of the local government to activate and impose the employment of graduates of the unemployed trainees, noting that there were meetings with the concerned in the oil sector in this regard."
He explained that "there is a meeting with the oil sector to reach a final form of employment of the unemployed who will be granted certificates from the companies where they trained," stressing that "training for the unemployed will be high level through the training mechanism for various professions in those companies." Finished 29 / r