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What resources are provided for youths to improve their workplace competitiveness?
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Vocational Training Division

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Workplace Development Agency provides the following vocational training programs for youths:

  1. Dual System of Vocational Training Project: For youths aged 15~29, schools are responsible for subject education, and businesses are responsible for job training for 2~4 years to develop technical talents suitable for business needs.
  2. University/College Employment Program: For university/college students, courses on specialization and core competency and workplace experience are provided two years prior to graduation.
  3. Industry-Academia-Training Cooperation Program: Based on the school system, vocational training, and industrial resources, specialization training is provided by regional branches. Trainees participate in school curriculums in the morning and in the evening or on weekends and work for businesses during the day. 
  4. Youth Employment Program: For youths aged 15~29 graduating from schools and lacking work experience or professional skills, businesses plan job training based on their need to help youths understand the workplace and learn practical skills; meantime, businesses can understand the competency and attitude of the youths and further increase their intention to employ the youths.

If youths need vocational training, they may contact the employment service agencies nearby to clarify the career goal and skill requirements and be referred to appropriate vocational training programs. Tel:
Taipei-Keelung-Yilan-Hualien-Kinmen-Matsu Region Branch, Workforce Development Agency (02)8995-6399, Taoyuan-Hsinchu-Miaoli Region Branch, Workforce Development Agency (03)485-5368, Taichung-Changhua-Nantou Region Branch, Workforce Development Agency (04)2359-2181, Yunlin-Chiayi-Tainan Region Branch, Workforce Development Agency (06)698-5945, and Kaohsiung-Pingtung-Penghu-Taitung Region Branch, Workforce Development Agency (07)821-0171. For more information on training programs, visit the website of Taiwan Jobs (http://www.taiwanjobs.gov.tw/) or call the 24-hour toll-free hotline: 0800-777-888.