Évosz Calls for Modernizing Construction Industry Training

Construction

The largest professional organization, the National Trade Union of Construction Contractors (Évosz), considers it timely to restart professional consultations regarding the modernization of practical training in the construction industry and the creation of training centers.

Évosz president László Koji told business daily Világgazdaság that the situation is so critical that its improvement can only be achieved with serious interventions and significant investment.

The state plays a decisive role in this matter because the infrastructure of construction industry training mainly includes state-owned institutions.

Évosz considers it advisable to establish a practical training system for the construction industry in seven so-called regional sector training centers.

In this way, they could concentrate the resources of the market players and develop the practical training places to an appropriate level.

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