Over 7.9K Zhambyl citizens to be covered by measures employment assistance this year
“This year it is planned to cover technical and vocational education of more than 21 thousand young people of Kazakhstan. The state will fully cover the costs of training, pay scholarships, reimburse travel and accommodation costs, and provide one-time hot meals for students in technical and vocational education organizations”, – B. Nurymbetov emphasized.
In addition, short-term vocational training courses for a period of 1 to 6 months will be conducted on the basis of colleges, training centers of Atameken and training centers of enterprises. To ensure education access for citizens living in remote rural areas, mobile training centers will be organized.
“I want to emphasize that if we used to train only according to employers’ applications, now we will train the professions in demand, involving experts in the training process, which will give more practice”, – the Vice-Minister added.
According to the Minister, for increase in the mobility of labor resources, it is envisaged to provide government support to persons voluntarily resettled in the regions approved by the Government of the Republic of Kazakhstan. In particular 7 regions have been identified for the reception of settlers, including oralmans (Akmolinsk, Atyrau, East Kazakhstan, West Kazakhstan, Kostanay, Pavlodar and North Kazakhstan regions), and 4 regions of outflows (Almaty, Zhambyl, Mangystau and South Kazakhstan regions).
“Labor migrants from the above-mentioned regions will receive subsidies for relocation and housing rent for one year. Payment of subsidies for the relocation of 2 700 citizens is planned in 2017”, – B. Nurymbetov concluded.
It should be noted that this year the budget expenditures for the implementation of the program will make 85.3 billion tenge, including 5.5 billion tenge allocated to Zhambyl region. In the region more than 7.9 thousand people are planned to cover by active employment assistance measures in the framework of the program.
Source: Kazakhstan 2050