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Authority for Youth to expand business avenues
KUWAIT CITY, Nov 19: The Public Authority for Youth announced its keenness to expand the business avenues of the “Work Makers” project, which is included in the development plan and the government’s work program within the human capital development axis, in cooperation with the Union of Banks, where it was agreed to provide 100 job opportunities to Kuwait youth in the banking sector, reports Al-Jarida daily
This came in a statement issued by the authority after a meeting between the general manager of the authority, Dr. Mishaal Al-Rabee, with the Union of Banks, which dealt with mechanisms of joint cooperation to support the banking sector with trained nationals and enhance its contribution to raising the degree of youth employment in the private sector in order to achieve the desired growth of the national economy and to solve the problem of unemployment and disguised unemployment.
The authority explained that the meeting discussed the functional needs of the banking sector in addition to the skills and capabilities that must be made available to fill the available jobs. The authority expressed its readiness to qualify and train young people with the specializations required by the Union of Banks through the “Work Makers” project, which aims to qualify young graduates in development projects and provide them with job opportunities in various institutions after training and refining their capabilities in a systematic manner through approved integrated programs.
The statement quoted Al-Rabee as saying that the authority is about to launch the “risk management” and “internal audit” programs, in cooperation with the Union of Banks, within the “Work Makers” project, which will work to meet the job needs in the banking sector and create job opportunities for young people in the private sector. Al-Rabee confirmed that it was agreed to provide 100 job opportunities after the qualified people passed the two training programs, risk management and internal auditing.
He mentioned the role of the Public Authority for Youth in guiding students towards the specializations required in the labor market and the best universities through the Authority’s “Academic Counseling” Center, which guides Kuwaiti students in the secondary stage to enroll in the best international universities, in addition to guiding graduates, motivating young people and encouraging them to work in the private sector. He pointed out that the authority has provided, through its “Tawfeed” platform, many job opportunities for Kuwaiti youth, in addition to helping them present their skills and professional competencies to private sector companies registered on the platform.