Tunisia/Executives and agents of the City of Science at the school of the National Center for Continuing Education
A framework agreement was signed Wednesday, February 1, 2023, between the City of Science in Tunis (CST) and the National Center for Continuing Education and Professional Promotion (CNFCPP) for the training of 279 agents and seconded to the CST in several specialties, and this, in accordance with the needs of improving professional efficiency and development of institutional services.
In a statement to the agency TAP, the Director General of the CST, Fathi Zagrouba, said that this convention aims to strengthen the professional capacity of the agents of the CST to open prospects for career advancement.
This convention, which extends over a period of 3 years, will be accompanied by other specific conventions according to areas of training, he added, noting that a budget of 100,000 dinars has been reserved for the implementation of these conventions.
According to Zagrouba, the improvement of professional profitability is part of the promotion of the dissemination of scientific culture to all social categories according to international standards, and to theAccording to Zagrouba, the improvement of professional profitability is part of the promotion of the dissemination of scientific culture to all social categories according to international standards, recalling that the main objective is to build a society of knowledge capable of generating wealth and development.
For her part, the acting director general of the CNFCPP, Sana Darmoul, stressed the importance of human capital in the development of the company, believing that the convention will contribute to the improvement of professional profitability.