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Ponta: I am calling on privately owned companies in Romania to enter partnerships with the education system
17.07.2014, 09:50 | HR Careers Education | 360 views



Prime Minister Victor Ponta on Wednesday called on privately owned companies in Romania to enter partnerships with the Romanian educational system, underscoring that Romania’s vocational training has been restarted by modifying the relevant legislation.

The Government House hosted the signing of a cooperation protocol and a partnership agreement between Automobile Dacia SA, the Mioveni Mayoralty and the Mioveni Machine Building Technologic High School via the Arges County School Inspectorate, in the presence of Prime Minister Ponta.

‘We wanted so much to stage the event at the Government House so that we may publicise the best we can a highly important programme, namely the rediscovery and development of vocational training in Romania. This is a project we have restarted by modifying the relevant educational legislation. We were and still are the beneficiaries of partnerships with Germany’s Baden-Wurttemberg land, Austria’s Government,’ Ponta said.

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