The Assistant Undersecretary of the Ministry of Education for Administrative Affairs and Development, Rajaa Bouarki, announced the training plan for the gradual safe return of all workers in the secondary stage, religious education and special education, and for Grade 12 students in scientific and literary disciplines and their parents, in cooperation with the Ministry of Health through the ‘Darabni platform’ which is introduced in cooperation with the Technosoft team ‘2020-2021’.
Bouarki said in a statement the training plan includes the first phase, which began on April 19 and continues until April 26, through which three members of the rapid intervention team for each secondary school, religious education and special education will be qualified for training. She added the second phase until May 2, during which all workers in secondary schools from the educational and administrative staff will be qualified, provided that the timing of the training before the start of the school day is from 9 am to 11 am or after the completion of the school day from 2 pm to 4 pm.
The supervisor of the implementation of the training plan in each school will be the school departments, the Department of Educational Affairs, the specialized team from the Ministry of Health and the Technosoft team. She went on to say the third phase of the plan extends from May 3 to 6, through which the rapid intervention team for Grade 12 students will be trained to adhere to the health requirements for a safe gradual return to secondary schools, and the supervisor of the training shall be the school administrations. Bouarki explained the fourth phase is from May 9 to 11 and includes holding awareness seminars for parents of Grade 12 students and introducing them to the most important health requirements.