The CDBK presents concrete recommendations to the Committee on Education, Science and Technology

The CDBK presents concrete recommendations to the Committee on Education, Science and Technology

The lack of professional staff, adaptation of curricula in accordance with market needs, accreditation of certain professions after labor market analysis, application of dual learning, creation of a strategy with priority sectors that Kosovo has, and the application of practical work for students during the schooling process were some of the key issues which were discussed between CDBK representatives and the Chairman of the Committee on Education, Science and Technology, Ardian Gola.

The Chairman of the CDBK Board, Skënder Krasniqi, congratulating the Chairman of the Committee on his work, presented the activities and priorities of the Chamber, emphasizing that the lack of professional staff is making the work of businesses more difficult. Krasniqi, among other things, stressed that there is an immediate need to increase cooperation between businesses and vocational schools in order to create directions for which there is a lack of staff.

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