School-enterprise cooperation enhances talent development


These activities by CCCC not only enhance the skills and employability of local talents but also strengthen cultural ties and promote international cooperation in vocational education.

Recently, CCCC has organized campus job fairs, launched Chinese language and vocational skills courses, and held open day events across its various project departments to further promote employment and talent development.
Campus job fair in Nigeria
The CCCC project department of Abuja-Keffi Expressway in Nigeria participated in the 2024 campus job fair at Nile University in Abuja, Nigeria, receiving 160 resumes from students across various disciplines. 
This event strengthened the cooperation between CCCC and local universities in Nigeria, establishing a talent reserve for the region.
Chinese language and vocational skills classroom in Morocco
CCCC, in collaboration with the Sino-North Africa International Education Innovation Alliance, launched a "Chinese + vocational skills" classroom program. The program, which began at the Casablanca phosphate terminal restoration project undertaken by CCCC, is taught by instructors from Shijiazhuang Railway Institute of Technology.
This training aims to cultivate local construction talent proficient in both Chinese language and vocational skills, creating an international cooperation platform for vocational education, enhancing local employees' skills, and promoting cultural exchange.
Open day event at Phnom Penh-Sihanoukville Expressway
Over 40 teachers, students, and community representatives from a school along the Phnom Penh-Sihanoukville Expressway attended the open day event. They experienced firsthand the ESG standards and operational details of the expressway, enjoying the convenience and comfort of Cambodia's first highway.
The students visited the Phnom Penh toll station, the ETC issuance center, and the Kampong Speu service area. They also watched ESG promotional videos and safety training films, and participated in interactive activities. 
A 13-year-old girl named Lisa expressed her dream of studying in China and working on the Phnom Penh-Sihanoukville Expressway, in fluent Chinese.

Editor: CRBC, CHEC