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YUVA, in close collaboration with the Human Resource Development Council (HRDC), is organising a second edition of the Opportunity Forum; this time at Lallmatie Social Welfare Centre.
This event is in-line with YUVA’s goal to reduce unemployment among young people in Mauritius.
The event would be held on Sunday 2 April 2017 at the Lallmatie S.W.C., targeting mainly the unemployed young people of the district of Flacq.
Attendees would be able to follow a one-hour presentation by YUVA and HRDC, and they will be able to register (on-spot) for the National Skills Development Programme for training in technical skills that are in high demand. The youngsters’ education level varied from form III to HSC.
The professional courses being offered to the young people are in different sectors, mainly Tourism & Hospitality, Construction, ICT and Nursing. The duration of the courses may vary from 6-12 months.
Apart from getting a free professional course, every participant would also be receiving a monthly stipend of Rs 6,000.
We, at YUVA, are proud to bring our brick to contribute in reducing unemployment in Mauritius. We invite all unemployed young people residing in the district of Flacq to join us on that day, so that they can grab the opportunities we are offering to them for a better future.
Note: YUVA will soon be organising similar forum every month in the rest parts of Mauritius. Do not worry if we haven’t yet reached your district; we will ultimately.
In-line with its goal to reduce unemployment among young people in Mauritius, YUVA is launching the #TacklingUnemployment initiative all around the island.
YUVA is collaborating with the Human Resource Development Council (HRDC) to help unemployed youngsters to secure a better future.
As a first event, YUVA is inviting youngsters from the northern part of Mauritius to attend the Opportunity Forum for Unemployed Youth on Sunday, 26 February 2017 at 9am.
In programme: presentation of the National Skills Development Programme (NSDP) and the Graduate Training for Employment Scheme (GTES) and on-spot application for admission.
Note: YUVA will very soon be organising similar forum every month in the rest parts of Mauritius, namely East, South and West.