Apply Now UNDP/Toyota Traineeship Programme for Young Africans 2022/23
The programme includes car maintenance, computer skills, English language and Reporting. With this partnership, UNDP and Toyota aim to help reduce unemployment among fresh graduates and promote their opportunities to attain decent jobs.
UNDP/Toyota Traineeship Programme | DETAILS
The joint partnership aims to support the country to cope with the rising unemployment practicality among fresh graduates and promote their opportunities to attain a decent job that matches their technical and scientific qualifications. With joint support from UNDP and Toyota Libya F.Z.C, a new batch of 20 trainees will be selected to participate in the training course program especially the Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs), to develop their skills and improve their chances in finding an appropriate job.
The course of 20 targeted participants are scheduled to start the training course by September. UNDP & Toyota is inviting interested and competent candidates who fulfil the following criteria to apply for this opportunity, noting that only 20 participants will be selected for this training opportunity.
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To be eligible for the UNDP/Toyota Traineeship Programme, applicants must meet the following requirements:
- Applicant must be a young Libyan not exceeding 25 years of age.
- Must have obtained a Covid-19 vaccination card.
- Be a new graduate from colleges and high technical institutes, including recommendation letter from institute if possible.
- Be fluent in Arabic language.
Selected youth will receive the following support covered by the programme:
- Accommodation, lunch.
- Uniform, living expenses.
- Workers’ accident insurance.
- Certificate of completion of the training course.
How-to-Apply: Interested applicants for the UNDP/Toyota Traineeship Programme 2022 are to complete the application form and provide all the required supporting documents.
Application Deadline: 31st August 2022
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