China Will Offer Training To Young Migrant Workers

May 22, 2009 | Print | Email Email | Comments | Category: Education, Labor




China's Central Communist Youth League and the Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security have jointly issued a circular to initiate training for young migrant workers who come to work in cities.

According to local media reports, training will be carried out from this year and a total of 200,000 young migrant workers will benefit from the program over the next two years.

So far, some work units including the China Staff Education and Vocational Training Association, China Home Service Association, China National Household Electric Appliances Service Association, and the China Cuisine Association have agreed to offer a three-month training course to the first batch of 60,300 migrant workers from later May to late August and will try to help them find employment after the training. In addition, youth leagues and human resource departments at local levels are asked to contact the relevant industry associations to arrange the training programs in their regions.

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