According to Angop, the young people should start receiving training from October, with 5000 professionals being instructed each year, in order to guarantee training and also the operation of the entire park, the company already has 53 Angolan employees, most of them with engineering qualifications.
On a verification visit, this Thursday, to the construction of the future park, Manuel Homem, Minister of Telecommunications, Information Technologies and Social Communication, considered the training and qualification of Angolan staff as one of the great investments at the national level, since it will be able to respond to the needs of the national market.
He also clarified that the future center will allow the training of 500 young people per month, making them able to face the obstacles of the sector and making them a qualified workforce, both for the national labor market and for the international market.
He also considered that this initiative will generate skills that "allow more and more Angolans to have the conditions" to respond to investment projects by large companies. "Skills that increasingly allow Angolans to be able to respond to the investment initiatives of large and multi-companies such as Huawei", he said, quoted by the Public Television of Angola (TPA).
Regarding the technological Huawei, he claimed to be an international brand with strong investment in the world. "It is making strong investments in our country (...). This is an infrastructure, based on the knowledge we have, valued at more than 65 million dollars, it also represents the effort that the company makes to establish itself in our country. country," he added.
Offices, training centers and accommodation to train young people in the field of technologies will be part of the future park.