Meeting: “The Function of Training and its Importance for Institutions”

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Meeting: “The Function of Training and its Importance for Institutions”

Because our country today is more in need of growth and development than any other time, because public and private sector institutions are facing a low level of performance and productivity.

Therefore, the Libya Academy for Advanced Studies organized a meeting entitled: “The function of training and its importance for institutions,” in cooperation with the Ihya Libya Forum.

Dr. Mustafa Ahmed Government spoke at this meeting

  • Bachelor of Engineering 1990
  • Master of Engineering Project Management 2008
  • PhD in Project Management 2012

He has several books, including:

  1. Contractual regulations in construction projects and modern trends towards implementing projects in an O.T. Mosaic House 2011.
  2. Quality strategy in achieving competitive advantage in business organizations (Dar Al-Fosaa 2012).
  3. Maintenance Management. (Dar Al-Walid 2012).

The meeting was moderated by Mr. Salah Al-Abbar, Director of the Training Department at the Libya Academy for Advanced Studies

Meeting topics:

  • The training function is a mission, vision, and platform of action.
  • The reality of human development today.
  • Al-Bedaya project for development and improvement.
  • The National Strategy for Human Development (from birth to employment).
  • The progress of the educational process in our country.
  • Job seekers and investment opportunities.

He talked about the training mechanism in public sector institutions, the common mistakes when preparing the training program, the annual plan, training and its relationship to performance and productivity, therapeutic and effective training, and paying attention to the trainer before the trainee.

He also referred to the concept of human development, its position in institutions, its role, responsibility, and the workforce.

He detailed the talk about the “Al-Bedaya” development and development project, its goals, targets, obstacles, and coordination between it and the municipality.

It also covered early, basic, vocational, technical, university, and labor market education.

He reported on the reality of education and its outcomes in Libya, the challenges, opportunities for improvement, and quality assurance.

He concluded his speech by referring to the job fair, business incubator, salary redistribution, housing loans and related matters, and reconciliation between the public and private sectors.