Successful first training for establishment of incubator center for vocational education at MoE in Iraq 2023.
Vocational Education certified trainers and personnel from Vocational Education at the MoE in Iraq attended the 3 days mentor training level 1 in Istanbul in the period 13-15 June. Among the participants were also trainers from the Alola Org. and the Org. Leader. The Mentor Training focused on new skills in problem solving, handling difficult people, continuous improvement and management of growth in existing companies. The main goal of the training is qualifying staff for Incubator and Business Centers at the MoE. This will be the first stage in the development of MoE. The mentor training is an important element in making the project sustainable so that the Ministry can operate the program on their own. Both the content of the training and the performance of the trainers was rated 5,9 on a scale from 1 to 6.
The president of Alola Org. in the opening ceremony speech said “BIP training is one of the important tools for establishment of Incubator center anywhere. We in Alola Org. have use this material for several years for new and existing businesses.
Because of new technology and high-speed world change, its necessary for Incubator and Business Center in the Vocational Education System. Youth are clever, accepting the change and they are ready for trying new ideas.
Therefore we should have the right process and appropriate procedures. Therefore, we are here to draw the first step of establishment of Incubator and Business Center in Vocational Education- MoE.”
Mr. Mahmood Almaliky the General Manager of Vocational Education in the MoE, gave his thanks and appreciation to the Alola Org. and Norwegian BIP for very good work and good follow up of the result.
He went on to say: Programs like BIP with good trainers in the Alola Org, for sure will give very good result. I am advising vocational education teachers to look out for all students with innovate business ideas and bring them to our newly established Incubator centers.
We are writing a history for our new generation and will be there for them forever. It’s our duty.
At the same time, we need good partners like Alola and BIP to be our best.
Mrs. Rasha Tarik Abdali the Manager of Incubator Center in the Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs attended the event and told the participants “It’s nice to see you in the first step. We in the Labor Ministry had the same start in the 2015. In 2018 we took the action and established the first incubator in Iraq in the MoLSA.
Its new for us to take care of innovate business ideas or individual peoples way of thinking, but afterward you starting believing that our new generation is doing well by thinking differently and we should try our best to give them special care.
I wish you all happiness and success in your job.”