Between November 17th and 21st the Ministry of Commerce and Industry will be holding seminars on innovation in developing food products for export companies.
From a statement issued by the Ministry of Trade and Industry (MITI):
Focused on the vision of the Minister of Trade and Industry, Meliton Arrocha of making 'our exports and our negotiations speak the same language', the National Export Department is organizing the Specialist Innovation Seminar and Development of Novel Foods, Expanding Supply with More Competitive Products.
The government has announced that it expects to invest $400 million in the construction of six technical training centers in areas related to ports, logistics, agriculture, tourism and engineering.
The dynamics of business in Panama in sectors such as logistics and customer service, have increased the demand for qualified personnel for these functions. According to the Inter-American Development Bank, 50% of companies in Panama were not able to find the human resources they needed to hire.
The government and the private sector are preparing a plan to provide technical training to one thousand Panamanians per year in areas such as logistics, trading, freight and customer service.
An assessment made by the Ministry of Labor and Development of the Workforce in conjunction with 20 productive sectors concluded that "... Although there is a positive trend in employment generation, reaching an average of 8.1% annually, domestic firms have been limited in their efforts to fill vacancies. "
With the training of 8000 construction workers the guild seeks to improve the quality of the workforce and prepare to meet the demand from projects announced by the government and private industry.
The worker training sessions will be conducted jointly by the Nicaraguan Chamber of Construction (NCC) and the Technological Institute (Inatec), and will begin with the training of 8000 workers over a period of 4 months.
The industrial sector in Costa Rica, a key factor in the creation of wealth outside the metropolitan area in the country, is asking for presidential candidates to focus on the issues that define the competitiveness of the national economy.
The main issues affecting the competitiveness of the real productive sectors of Costa Rica are:
The National Institute of Panama is putting out to tender training courses for rolling heavy equipment operators.
The National Institute of Vocational Training for Human Development is putting out to tender the provision of training services for running training courses for rolling heavy equipment operators in the Province of Panama.
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