Minister calls new city of trades, skills in Tamesna ‘world-class’ infrastructure

The Rabat-Salé-Kenitra City of Trades and Skills (CMC), which HM King Mohammed VI officially opened on Tuesday in Tamesna, is a top-notch facility that provides young people with extremely high-level training, according to Minister of Economic Inclusion, Small Business, Employment, and Skills Younes Sekkouri.

He emphasized, “Through a complex of this quality, Morocco joins the club of international champions in the field of vocational training,” taking satisfaction in the construction of this building in accordance with the King’s vision.

The minister also noted that the percentage of young people hired after leaving vocational training facilities is still very high, surpassing 80% and even reaching 95%.

The construction of 12 CMCs around the Kingdom, with an estimated expenditure of 4.4 billion dirhams, is a larger initiative that includes the construction of the Rabat-Salé-Kenitra CMC.

With an annual capacity of 3,560 teaching places, the Rabat-Salé-Kenitra CMC will significantly improve and strengthen OFPPT’s training facilities in the area. Next year, owing to the two branches attached to the CMC, that capacity will rise to 4,560 teaching places.

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