Libya Made in Italy Training

di | 1 Dic 2012

from the website of Conference of Italian Universities Rectors


The LyMIT project is financed by the Italian Ministry for Economic Development (MiSE)-Department for business companies and the internationalization, within the initiatives in favor of the Mediterranean Countries of the extraordinary campaign for the promotion of Made in Italy 2010 (project cod. MI 2010 A 5.2).
LyMIT intends to support the Italian companies operating in Libya in the promotion of Made in Italy products, but it would also like to respond to the training needs expressed by Libya following the ongoing reform process, and with reference to the policies of territorial development.

Aims and objectives
The primary aim of this training activity is both assisting Italian business and assuring personal, social, professional and cultural growth to all the people involved (students).

Fostering a new and updated process of economic and cultural relations between Italy and Libya, in particular for some productive sectors, requires having adequate local personnel trained for:
– supporting the Italian companies operating in Libya to develop their activities and relationship with local stakeholders;
– increasing competitiveness, productivity, integration, social cohesion and cooperation in local areas;
– promoting the growth of human resources in professional fields useful for the Libyan economic development;
– enhancing specific productive sectors and Made in Italy products

Training activities are addressed to 20 people, between 20 and 30 years old, with at least a High School final qualification (High School Diploma in Economics, Engineering, or Sciences) and good knowledge of English language. 

Course Schedule
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