‘YOU CAN SRI LANKA’ programme launched | Daily News

‘YOU CAN SRI LANKA’ programme launched

The State Ministry of Skills Development and Vocational Education, Research and Innovation, intending to guide the youth towards the accepted and proper vocational education, has launched the ‘YOU CAN SRI LANKA’ programme.

The programme’s goal is to aid in the promotion of positive attitudes in society toward successful and productive vocational education possibilities, therefore leading the youth community into the appropriate occupations.

This would assist the country in producing a young skilled workforce to fulfil current demands in accordance with the Vistas of Prosperity, equalizing President Gotabhaya Rajapaksa’s expectations.

The State Ministry of Skills Development and Vocational Education, Research and Innovation has taken steps to publicize the roadmap of ‘YOU CAN SRI LANKA’ through the mainstream media and digital technology methods as well as via Provincial awareness programmes.

Accordingly, the programmes will be telecasted on Channel Eye on September 27 and 29 and on October 1, from 7 to 7.30 am. And also, the Sirasa TV Channel will telecast the same programme on October 2, 2021, from 4.00 to 4.30 pm.

The State Ministry has also planned to hold daily Webinars for targeted groups from September 27 to October 03, from 7 to 8 pm.

Meanwhile, www.youthjobs.lk will be launched on September 30 to disseminate updated information and obtain information regarding the relevant matters.

Moreover, provincial-level awareness sessions have been scheduled, and Skills Development Officers attached to Divisional Secretariats will participate as resource persons in these sessions.

The programme aims to raise awareness among children, young people, teachers, parents, and public and private sector employees. Some of the areas addressed by these programmes are how to pick effective vocational education, where to acquire such education, information on how to reach job markets, and successful vocational education to obtain productive work possibilities.

The State Ministry of Skills Development and Vocational Education, Research and Innovation implement these programmes in collaboration with the Education Ministry. In addition, the National Education Institute, Tertiary and Vocational Education Commission and You Lead Project have also joined with the series of programmes.


Add new comment