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Friday January 29th, 2010


Turkmenistan : Bouygues Construction opens a new training centre for site workers

Bouygues Turkmen, the Bouygues Construction subsidiary operating in Turkmenistan, opened a training centre in the building trades in October 2009, which will be available for the 7,000 local site workers (70% of whom are Turkmen nationals). 100 workers are already following training programmes. The centre offers initial professional training courses as well as continuing education […]

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  • Training not even improve the quality of works but opened ways for opprotunities and give confidence to the local people.

    Brijesh parmar

    Le Monday November 22nd, 2010

  • salut je suis makenson donc j’aimerais savoir si vous formez les gens chez et si oui comment ça marche?


    Le Thursday November 18th, 2010

  • super le centre de formation pour les compagnons Turmenes.


    Le Wednesday October 27th, 2010

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