The eastern based Libyan government (unrecognized by most of the international community) announced yesterday that it had sent more than 30 job seekers to Jordan to participate in a specialised training programme in information technology.
The eastern based government said this initiative marks the initial phase of a project designed to develop a specialised Libyan workforce. The project is being supervised directly by the (eastern based) Ministry of Labour and Capacity Building. It aims to provide training for 5,000 job applicants through five training stages, both within and outside Libya.
The delegation departed from Benghazi’s Benina International Airport and arrived at Queen Alia International Airport in Amman, Jordan on Saturday. It includes participants from various cities and regions across Libya, who were selected through local employment and qualification offices.
The top five participants in this program will complete an additional training to engage in projects related to the Ministry of Labor and Capacity Building in various regions.