Kingdom of Morocco: King Mohammed VI Inaugurates Modern Vocational Training Complex in Tamesna, Near Rabat

King Mohammed VI inaugurated on Tuesday in the town of Tamesna, located in the suburbs of Rabat, the City of Trades & Skills, a new-generation regional vocational training complex part of a series of centres to be built in the 12 regions of the Kingdom for 4.4 billion dirhams.
The opening of the Rabat-Salé-Kénitra centre shows the special interest the Sovereign grants to vocational training which plays a key role in economic competitiveness and enables young people find jobs.
The centre was built over a 10-hectare site by the Office of vocational training & jobs promotion (OFPPT) following the royal directives and the new roadmap for the development of vocational training, setting new pedagogical and governance criteria, guaranteeing a quality training meeting the needs of job market.
The Rabat-Salé-Kénitra centre offers trainees immersive learning in simulation platforms close to the reality in various sectors including industrial engineering, QHSE, electricity, mechanics and automotive.
It also offers training in EV charging stations manufacturing, tourism & hospitality, farming, business management, community services, digital and Artificial Intelligence.
The vocational training centre has a language & soft skills centre, a career guidance centre, an Innovation Chain (Coworking, FabLab, Digital Factory and Incubator), MOOCs studio, a media Library and a Conference Centre.
The 700-bed training centre has a cafeteria, several areas for meetings and playing sports as football, volleyball, handball and basketball. It comes to enhance the region’s training capacity by adding 3,560 annual training places.
It is the 4th center of its kind to open doors in the country after those launched in Souss-Massa, Oriental and Laâyoune-Sakia-El Hamra regions.

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