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Article Date: December 17, 2008
A training course on inter-group negotiation for the leadership of the Yemeni Teacher Syndicate started on Tuesday in Sana'a.
The two-day training course was organized by the syndicate in collaboration with The American Center for International Labor Solidarity (ACILS) and in coordination with the General Opinion Center In Sana'a.
18 participants from various governorates and the upper administrative board of the syndicate took part in the training that aimed at developing the performance of the syndicate leadership.
Head of the syndicate Ahmed Nassir al-Rabahi said the training came to demonstrate the deep relationship between the syndicate and the ACILS.
Such training courses come as they are relevant to professional issues in the country within the framework of the education profession with which requirement issues are repeated in current circumstances, al-Rabahi said.
The syndicate looks forward to more training in this area, particularly after the syndicate election round which brought in new leaders at various levels.
For his part, the representative of the ACILS Lori Clements affirmed that inter-group negotiation is one of the most key issues facing syndicate officials to improve the work conditions.
Such issues are considered as broad academic programs in the Union Colleges as it appears at US universities, Clements added
He touched upon joint programs implemented by the syndicate and the center over the last three years, since the implementation of the first program for Yemeni profession syndicates.