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As of December, Angola will have the first engineers in water resources trained locally

As of December, the country will have the first locally trained engineers in water resources. The announcement was made by the coordinator of the installation commission of the Instituto Superior Politécnico do Bié, Gerson António Palhares, who indicated that that institution will place a total of 45 engineers on the job market.


Engineers will enter the job market after having been in training for eight years, marked by several breaks for various reasons.

Speaking at the seventh edition of the delivery of certificates and diplomas to 166 graduates, Gerson António Palhares, quoted by Angop, referred to the obstacles faced by specialists to complete their training, highlighting the shortage of teachers, related to the emergence of covid-19.

He also took the opportunity to mention that the training of these specialists translates into an advantage, given the investments that the Executive is making in the field of water, writes Angop.

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