- 更新時間:2018/12/24 09:10:18
The Council of Indigenous Peoples (hereinafter referred to as the “Council”) announced the verification results of 2019 Annual Vocational Training Application Plan of Indigenous Peoples on December 6. A total of 40 vocational training application plans, which includes 28 approved by local governments and 12 by civil society organizations, were approved with a total funding of NT$ 14,042,596. We can provide training opportunities for 800 indigenous people. We welcome people of indigenous heritage to inquire online and register for the training next year.
According to the Council, the vocational training categories covered by the subsidy in 2019 include: “social welfare services”, “sightseeing and tourism services, cultural industry, technology (including cultural creativity)”, “agriculture, horticulture and landscaping”, “beauty (including nail painting) and hairdressing”. There were a total of 66 applications, and 7 classes for “social welfare services”, 16 classes for “sightseeing and tourism services”, 10 classes for “cultural industry, technology, agriculture, horticulture and landscaping” and 7 classes for “beauty, nail painting and hairdressing” were approved. The approved 40 classes would be conducted by 24 local governments and 12 civil society organizations in 2019 to provide pre-service or on-the-job training opportunities for ethnic minorities, which would effectively enhance their employment functions.
Director Icyang·Parod said that improving the employment ability of indigenous people is one of the important measures that the Council would take to promote the employment of Indigenous Peoples. In order to enable indigenous people to diversify their employment ability and enter more diversified employment markets to showcase their strengths, the Vocational Training Plan for 2019 set four categories of vocational training for indigenous peoples according to the Indigenous Peoples Industrial Development Policies promoted by the Council and to the employment demands and vocational training courses expected by indigenous people contained in Indigenous Peoples Employment Status Survey Report, so as to meet the industrial development and their demands and indeed help indigenous people to equip themselves with more diversified abilities in the market.
You can visit http://www.apc.gov.tw and enter keywords “vocational training” for the plan verification results; or contact Indigenous People Employment Service Office under all jurisdictions (free consulting hotline 0800-066995) or contact the undertaker Mr. Huang (Tel: 02-89953177) or Ms. Wu Pin (Tel:02-89953190).