Ms. Leena Rammah - Syria - World Family Organization

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S
.
K.I.L.L.S.



S
uperior
K
nowledge by
I
ntensive
L
abour
L
earning
S
chemes
is a joint project between:



“SEBC” Syrian Enterprise Business Centre


“SSP” SME Support Programme


“ETF” The European Training Foundation

Syrian

Enterprise

and

Business

Centre

can

be

looked

at

today

as

a

business

center

whose

management

and

task

execution

style

incorporate

the

European

spirit

that

goes

back

to

the

first

European

development

program,

that

is

the

Syrian

European

Business

Center,

which

was

implemented

in

Syria

after

signing

the

Barcelona

Convention

and

carried

out

its

activities

since

1996

The

Syrian

Enterprise

and

Business

Centre,

which

is

considered

today

a

pioneering

institution

in

supporting

the

Syrian

Economy,

was

nothing

but

a

continuation

for

the

said

program

which

gained

credit

and

the

highest

levels

of

evaluation

pursuant

to

the

European

standards
.


SEBC

(Syrian

Enterprise

and

Business

Centre)

is

a

world

class

organization

that

is

designed

to

support

the

Syrian

economy

by

serving

as

an

implementation

agency

for

projects

aimed

at

developing

the

private

sector

in

general,

and

SME

support

&

development

in

particular
.

In

other

words,

SEBC

is

the

catalyst

institution

for

private

sector

development

and

growth

in

Syria
.

All

these

activities

require

certain

levels

of

cooperation

and

coordination

with

international

institutions

that

enjoy

the

expertise,

professionalism

and

credibility
.

Therefore,

The

Syrian

Enterprise

and

Business

Centre

implemented

its

tasks

through

cooperating

and

coordinating

with

a

number

of

international

parties

and

institutions

such

as
:



European Union (EU)



European Training Foundation (ETF)



The World Bank



The World Economic Forum



Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA)



GTZ



United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO)



International Trade Center



International Chamber of Commerce (ICC)



Junior Chamber International (JCI)



British Council in Syria

Since

it

was

launched

in

1996
,

the

SEBC

delivered

more

than

4
,
000

training

courses

and

workshops

addressing

business

managing

and

supporting

for

the

business

community

in

Syria
.


All

expertise

and

activities

SEBC

carried

out

in

the

past

fifteen

years

were

applied

in

SKILLS

project
.


SKILLS

is

a

programme

that

started

in

2007
.


SKILLS”

comes

in

line

with

developments

in

the

EU

particularly

in

terms

of

its

focus

on

entrepreneurship

development,

entrepreneurial

learning,

and

additional

social

economic

issues
.

Changing

the

mindset

of

young

people,

providing

managerial

and

entrepreneurial

skills,

language

skills

and

interpersonal

skills

is

crucial

for

employability

of

the

new

generation
.

SKILLS
Vision

To

contribute

to

building

the

national

economy

by

reducing

unemployment

and

providing

businesses

and

institutions

with

skilled

professionals

having

strong

field

training,

practical

experience,

as

well

as

academic

qualifications
.

SKILLS
Mission

To

qualify

a

number

of

young

people

and

provide

them

with

diversified

skills

required

by

the

labor

market

that

will

help

them

find

a

job

or

start

their

own

business
.

Aims and Objectives

To provide a number of young people with diversified
skills by training them in a large number of business
management areas as well as in the English language
and computer skills. This to:


Help them find suitable jobs;


Help them start their own business;


Provide companies and institutions with competent
individuals having relevant and professional training
.

Who is SKILLS?


SKILLS is a joint project between the
Syrian Enterprise Business Centre (SEBC),
the European Training Foundation (ETF),
and the EU Delegation in Syria

Why SKILLS?



Focus on entrepreneurship
development, entrepreneurial learning,
and additional social economic issues.



Changing the mindset of young people



Providing managerial and
entrepreneurial skills, language skills and
interpersonal skills is crucial for
employability of the new generation.


What SKILLS is doing?

Understanding the Syrian business, education and
population social environment,
as a
response for the
challenges that face the Syrian
labour

market; SKILLS
introduced three different
programmes
;

1.
Discover the Talent

2.
Second Chance

3.
Thematic Training


Sustainability

A sustainable activity
-

SKILLS Graduates Club
(SGC)
-

has been established. SGC aims to
gather and transfer know
-
how to graduates of
SKILLS through different local activities
enabling members to take advantage of
cooperation opportunities and exchange of
experiences with similar international
institutions.



Success Factors


Selection process


Full compliance with

labour

market needs


SKILLS

Discover

The

Talent


Provides 45 business training
modules, covering the
essential elements of the
business world. The students
skills are enhanced by
acquiring ICDL training and
Business English learning.


Second
Chance



Bridging the gap between
academic education and
marketplace by providing
45
business training modules
,
covering the essential
elements of the business
world. The students skills are
enhanced by acquiring ICDL
training and Business English
learning.



Thematic
Training


A new
thematic training
modules that are devoted to
serve the emerging
sectors
that
are flourishing in the
Syrian market. In respond to
current and future demand
trends, SKILLS will seize the
opportunity to be a key
actor in the provision of
highly qualified human
resources.


Professionals

in specific
sectors

C
olleges &
institutes
graduates

Talented
secondary
education
graduates



2010
-
2011

2009
-
2010

SKILLS

History & Current

SKILLS

for
Journalism

2011

2010
-
2011

2011
-
2012

NEW

2011
-
2012

SKILLS

FUTURE

Coming

soon

KEY SUCCESS FACTORS



EU direct and indirect support




Practical and professional candidate selection




Sharing the business sector leaders in planning
SKILLS curriculum




SKILLS CLUB

After graduation, all SKILLS graduates become

members the “SKILLS Club” which enables them to :




Benefit from SKILLS short term training activities




Join the SKILLS open learning centre




Benefit from SKILLS consulting and mentoring services




Share in different business and social activities







N
umber of Students



15 30 45 60 75 90 105 120 135 150 165





2007
-
2008







2008
-
2009





2009
-
2010
.




2010
-
2011




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