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Boosting employability by engaging business partners

 The ETF cooperates with and complements the work of the European Commission and the European External Action Service, including responding to requests from the Delegation of the European Union to Algeria, in its support to Algeria. This includes input to EU policy monitoring mechanisms and wider human capital developments reported in the Torino Process.

The ETF’s work in 2020 is focusing on supporting the Institut National de Formation et Enseignement Professionnels (INFEP), the national institute of vocational education and training, in Quality Assurance. In support of the European Union Delegation to Algeria, the ETF provides content and methodological advice on the programme to enhance the employability of young people in the tourism sector, Programme d’Appui Jeunesse Emploi (PAJE), and the Programme d’Appui A L’Adéquation Formation-Emploi-Qualification (AFEQ).

The results of the Torino Process 2019-2020 are being concluded and presented at a national event in early 2020 as well as results of the 2019 ETF survey on the continuing professional development of vocational teachers and trainers.

Algeria, with the suport of ETF, is a member of the Community of Practice of the Union for the Mediterranean Ministerial Declaration following a Ministerial Declaration signed in Portugal, in April 2019 which brings together public authorities, social partners and civil society to discuss the most pressing demands on the labour market.