Empowering Children: Vocational skills from secondary to vocational schools

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Save the Children and the GSRD Foundation work hand in hand to support the empowerment of young people by helping them to develop the knowledge and skills they need to improve their life prospects and have access to a better future.

The objective of the program is to teach children between 11-18 years of age in Yunnan Province the specific skills they require to become more employable in the job market, now and in the future. During this program Save the Children provide training programs on the life and employability skills necessary for young people to be successful in their lives and workplaces.

The aim of the training is to help young people to connect with the local market and be better equipped to find safe and suitable employment after graduation. The program also seeks to re-validate vocational training as a valuable alternative to attending regular high school or dropping out to pursue low paid, unskilled work. It achieves this by emphasizing the opportunities that vocational training can provide and the benefits of pursuing a skilled career.

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