Education Ministry, WISA Sign Manpower Agreement

(MENAFN- The Peninsula) QNA

Doha: The Ministry of Education and Higher Education (MoEHE) and the Qatar Manpower Solutions Company (WISA) signed a bilateral agreement to attract qualified talents, cadres and human competencies inside and outside Qatar to work in the ministry.

The agreement was signed by Acting Assistant Undersecretary for Shared Services Affairs at MoEHE, Ali Abdullah Al Buainain and CEO of WISA Abdulhadi Bakhit Burgan.

The agreement embodies the importance of activating and bolstering the partnership between the government and private sectors, empowering competencies and human cadres, and providing them with job opportunities, to develop and boost the Qatari labour market, especially with the agreement seeking for qualified talents, cadres and human competencies inside and outside the country, and attract them to work within the MoEHE.

WISA was chosen to take advantage of its experience in the field of searching for talents and human cadres inside and outside Qatar, in order to embody one of the most important goals of the Qatar National Vision 2030, which places the development of human competencies, especially in the field of education at the top of its priorities.

In a press statement, Al Buainain said that the agreement constitutes a qualitative addition to the ministry, and embodies the cooperation relationship with the national private sector, and complements the roles between them, in addition to opening broad horizons for joint cooperation in other fields, all of which contribute to improving and developing the services provided by the ministry for the Qatari society, noting that the education system is dynamic, changing and renewable, which requires it to keep pace with developments and rapid changes in the labour market and its requirements in the digital age.

The CEO of WISA considered the agreement a national responsibility in the first place, in terms of the issue of attracting competencies and strengthening their presence in the public and private sectors, especially in the field of education, which is the main source to provide the national market with competencies and scientific and professional cadres in the future. 


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