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Chinese Taipei Joins Hands With WSI On Signing MOU Over Capacity Building Centre
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Chinese Taipei's Ministry of Labor and WorldSkills Internatonal signed a MOU on March 13, 2019, in hopes to make joint efforts in skills training, skills competition, skills consultation, skills promotion and career development. Following was unveiling ceremony of the WorldSkills Capacity Building Centre, the second one in the world on the heels of Korea's, mainly helping countries from Southeast Asia, South Asia, and Africa.


WorldSkills International now has 80 member countries and regions, taking place WorldSkills Competition every two years to help bring youngsters into skills learning. Afterwards, through the Capacity Building Centre platform, Chinese Taipei could work closely with WorldSkills International in utilizing its skills powerhouse to offer outreach to developing countries.