He promised to put three officers 'Career Counselling' of HRDC in secondary schools soon. He also took the opportunity to announce his decision to place children in institutions APEIM called 'normal' is right. It confirms that the supervisors are adequately trained.
Minister Vasant Bunwaree no longer wants assisted and even less encouraging recipients. During a training session for young people in the amphitheater of Pointe Canon, Mahebourg, he made it clear that if a young person wants to succeed, he must train for. According to his calculations, the area of ICT-BPO is booming. "In 2005, there were only 3,000 employees in this sector, but in 2013, there are over 18,000.
Young people should be interested. I want to educate young people and change their mindset. If looking for a job in the government or elsewhere, they must have the required skills. The government wants to train young people to fulfill their dreams, "he said. He also mentioned that our country, in addition to agriculture, textiles, tourism and finance, also depends on the ICT-BPO in 2013. "We need young people change for other career options. Education and training contribute to this development.
The youth need to be fit to Become the fittest, "he said. Bunwaree Minister also announced that there will be major developments in the areas of Land Based Oceanic Projects and Blue Economy.
In order to ensure better training of young and unemployed in 2400 the constituency No. 12, the Minister announced that it will relocate the Mauritius Institute of Training and Development Mahebourg to another larger building in City Black by Wednesday 31 current. He also expressed his desire to change the whole concept of the Creative Child Center Mahebourg it is "under utlised."
Regarding the case of APEIM and 257 children involved, the Minister announced that his decision was right: "We have already begun to prepare teachers. Moreover, during their training for their diplomas MIE, they already receive the necessary training to deal with such children who need special education. " - See more at: