China strengthens training of human resources: white paper

16:56, September 10, 2010      

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China has strengthened the training of human resources to comprehensively improve the quality of its work force, says a government white paper.

The white paper, "China's Human Resources", issued by the Information Office of the State Council Friday, says that the government has conducted a spate of training programs for civil servants to boost their career development.

The government has also conducted special training programs on new theories, knowledge, technologies and methods for middle- and high-level professionals in fields important to the development of economy, society, science and technology, it says. From 2005 to 2009, a total of three million middle- and high-level professionals participated in such training programs, it says.

To promote human resources development in western China, the Chinese government issued the Opinions on Strengthening Human Resources Development in Western China and carried out a training plan for the backbone personnel of ethnic groups in the scientific and technological field in the Xinjiang and Tibet, and for professionals in the Sanjiangyuan area of Qinghai Province. In 2009, China trained 2,888 backbone scientific and technical personnel and much-needed professionals of ethnic-minority groups, it says.

To meet the demands of different groups in finding jobs and gear them up for different stages of career, the government has conducted vocational training programs. By the end of 2009, there were over 6,000 technical schools and employment training centers and over 20,000 private vocational training institutions, it says.

For junior and senior high school graduates who have failed to gain higher education, the government offers pre-job training courses to help them master some vocational skills or obtain a professional certificate before job hunting.

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