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Feedback session on CISC "5 Year Skills Strategy Plan & Sustainability Plan"

Construction Industry Skills Council (CISC) organized a workshop on "5 Year Skills Strategy Plan and Sustainability Plan" on 17thjuly 2018 at CISC office. Sudokkho has been providing financial and technical support to CISC in this regard. The objectives of the workshop was to taken feedback for finalizing the 5 Year Skills Strategy Plan and Sustainability Plan.

Liakat Ali Bhuiyan, the General Secretary of CISC facilitated the meeting. Sk Abdul Mannan, B. M. Mofizur Rahman, Engr. Md. Asaduzzaman, Md. Mohasin participated in the meeting from CISC. Mr. Belayet Hossain and Mr. Dan Baffour-Awuah represented Sudokkho in the meeting.Mr. Mohiuzzaman represented the SEIP in the meeting.

Liakat Ali Bhuiyan, the General Secretary presented a briefing on Skills development in the construction sector, role & functions of CISC. The Chief Executive Officer of CISC, Sk Abdul Mannan made his speech on this process, which is followed to develop the proposed skills strategy and sustainability plan for CISC.

Mr. Dan Baffour-Awuah, International Consultant presented the draft 5-year construction sector skills strategies plan and sustainability plan. He proposed four main strategic objectives and a total of seventeen strategic interventions. The main strategic objectives are:
? Access and Equity
? Quality and Relevance
? Sustainable Funding
? Governance, Coordination and Management.

He also initiated MoU signing among CISC, BMET & BAIRA for financial sustainability.

Mr. Mohiuzzaman, Course specialist of SEIP proposed his thought for finalizing the 5-year construction sector skills strategies plan and sustainability plan. Represented other stake holders also share their opinion regarding woman engagement in construction sector. They also input their intellectual in strategic objectives and interventions.

Mr. Belayet Hossain, Sector Leader of SUDOKKHO added that Skills development in the construction sector forms part of a bigger picture of skills development across the whole economy. He insisted that government policy and funding strategies need to be informed by the private sector.