The Qatar Career Development Center (QCDC), a member of the Qatar Educational Science Community Development Foundation, announced on January 18th the launch of the third edition of the Career Guidance Stakeholder Platform. Abdullah Armansuri, director of the Qatar Career Development Center (QCDC), said: “Within the framework of these efforts, we will hold the third edition of Career Guidance on January 18. Under QNV 2030′, the Ministry of Education and Higher Education, the Qatar International Labor Organization (ILO) Project Office, and In collaboration with the Qatar Foundation (QF) Higher Education Department. “
“This year’s platform aims to address practical and strategic issues in Qatar and to continue our earnest efforts to devise career guidance policies and strategies,” said Al Mansuri. We look forward to building on the success of. Indeed, helping young people achieve their aspirations, both professionally and personally, and actively participating in national growth and progress. To strengthen. “
Al-Mansoori also emphasized that the conference will also focus on strengthening the transition of persons with disabilities from secondary education to real working life through a structured career management skills framework. In addition, Al Mansuri noted that he would consider processes to streamline and enhance the provision of career guidance from kindergarten to high school in schools.
The platform will also explore ways to increase the employability of higher education graduates who have been adversely affected by the Covid-19 pandemic. Al-Mansoori further added that the platform “data for addressing current skill gaps and obsolete skills, and urgent future demands to effectively support the migration and skill upgrades of the adult workforce. He said it would work towards “collection”.
http://www.gulf-times.com/story/707925/QCDC-career-guidance-forum-begins-on-Jan-18 QCDC Career Guidance Forum Starts January 18th