Advertising institution: United Nations Development Program (UNDP), in accordance with “Bridging the skills gap to create new and better jobs”, partnered with the Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of North Macedonia and supported by the Government of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
Application deadline: 15.03.2021
The public call is announced in accordance with the “Bridging the skills gap to create new and better jobs” project, partnered with the Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of North Macedonia.
To all interested renewable energy source companies
We invite all interested renewable energy source companies to an introductory training event about the new professions regarding the hybrid photovoltaic thermal collectors to lodge an application, thus showing their interest of participation. Multiple employees from the same company (up to 3 participants) can take part of this training.
The goal of the training is to inform the participants on the required skills, knowledge and abilities for the new professions and about the operational level work processes.
The applications will be processed with the first-come-first-served principle, up until we fill all the vacant spots for the training or introductory sessions. An advantage will be given to the companies whose management teams show their interest for the new occupations in this sector and will commit that the trained staff will be involved in future training events for new occupations. It is also expected of management to show interest in participating future pilot programs for secondary vocational education on the topic, with a possibility to provide internships in the company
Companies and other interested individuals can express their interest to participate HERE.
The training event will be carried out by professionals from the International Institute for Knowledge Transfer from Republic of Slovenia and Camel Solar from Republic North Macedonia.
You can get detailed information on: 072/261-345, as well as on www.mk.undp.org and the specialized website: www.skills4future.mk .