A capacity development project in Egypt, within the following sectors: agriculture, water, waste water and gender.
This project has supported technical education and in-service training, aimed at delivering more competent technicians to the water industry labour market. In order to deliver competent technicians, technical schools and training centres of the water sector were provided with: curriculum review and development, improved pedagogic skills and quality management, leadership and management development program as well as resource investments.
Training centres were aligned to provide the competencies required by the centralized career paths program through new or adapted modular training courses. These being either from within the water industry, or available through other technical vocational education programs and industries. This project’s management was carried out on behalf of the MOTT MacDonald, Nuffic and Egyptian Holding Company Water and Waste water.
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