The deal was signed on the sidelines of the 27th
International Oil, Gas, Refining and Petrochemical Exhibition in Tehran by
Morteza Shahmirzai, deputy oil minister and NPC CEO, and Mehdi Kazemi, deputy
The memorandum aims to empower and train skilled
workers at the national level and improve the business environment in line with
the development and expansion of technical, vocational and skill-based
education, according to the principle 6 of the fundamental transformation
document of the Ministry of Education.
Shahmirzai said technical and vocational schools
would be established in all operational areas as well as old and new hubs of
the petrochemical industry.
Kazemi said skilled human resources were one of
the important issues in today's world and there was a gap in skilled workers in
He said the education ministry would provide
technical and vocational education near factories and industrial parks to make
them more practical.
He expressed hope that with the launch of
technical and vocational schools tailored to the needs of the petrochemical
industry, they could take advantage of this opportunity to train human