A 15 member German delegation visited Isfahan Chamber of Commerce in order to investigate on the possibility of having cooperation with their counterparts in the field of vocational training and further education with the Human Capital Development Center of Isfahan Chamber of Commerce (MATSA).
On 21 April 2018, a 15 member German delegation visited Isfahan Chamber of Commerce in order to investigate on the possibility of having cooperation with their counterparts in the field of vocational training and further education with the Human Capital Development Center of Isfahan Chamber of Commerce (MATSA).
In the meeting, Sayed Rasool Ranjbaran, a board member of Isfahan Chamber of Commerce and the board member of Iran- Germany Chamber of Commerce, said that Isfahan and Germany have enjoyed long-lasting business relations, and Large number of Iranian students, scholars and researchers in Germany, indicates Iran's great interest in having further cooperation with Germany in the fields of science and research.
Referring to the efforts of the training, research and empowerment Commission of the Isfahan Chamber of Commerce in establishing the Human Capital Development Center in Isfahan with the purpose of providing specialized training services for technical job applicants, Ranjbaran expressed the hope that the center could get benefit from the expertise of German experts in this regard.
Ranjbaran added that while investors and German business delegations are willing to cooperate with the Iranian private sector, it is regrettable that some politicians have blocked Iran-Germany interactions as much as possible. He further emphasized that the private sectors of both countries can contribute to the establishment and provision of cooperation between the two countries by the government.
According to Christine Faenger, head of the German delegation and IMOVE office, declared that the delegation is composed of companies active in the field of higher education in Germany, she said: "The interest of young people in technical and vocational education is a concern. Education in Germany is a major achievement of our advancement in technology.
She emphasized the importance of implementing successful joint projects between the two countries, hoping that the levels of these projects will increase in the near future. The head of the German delegation said: "In 2017, the Imove Office in Tehran aims to promote and facilitate trade and cooperation between German education service providers and government departments and private international organizations in the field of technical and vocational education and training."
At the end of this meeting, the Board discussed dialogue with Isfahan's economic activists in order to examine the business and investment opportunities between Isfahan and Germany.
The meeting was organized by the Education Commission and in cooperation with the International Affairs Department of the Isfahan Chamber of Commerce.