“We encourage the creation of new commissions in other regions” – Today Morocco

2024-01-22 12:00:14

Interview with Mohamed Jaouad Arsalane, president of the private education commission of the CGEM of the Tangier-Tetouan-Al Hoceima region

Mohamed Jaouad Arsalane, president of the private education commission of the CGEM of the Tangier-Tétouan-Al Hoceima region, talks to us about the objective of the first meeting of the said commission, held Thursday January 18 and the challenges to be met to boost the sector.

ALM: Why did you choose “Challenges and prospects for private education in the Tangier-Tétouan-Al Hoceima region: from resilience to the development of the sector” as the theme of this meeting?

Mohamed Jaouad Arsalane: The choice of theme is not trivial. Our sector has been facing several challenges for years, including overcoming the effects of the Covid-19 crisis and successfully completing the recovery stage. We managed as best we could to adapt to the context and go digital in record time. This crisis was a wake-up call for the teaching sector. We were able, as professionals, to draw conclusions such as the need for training in new information technologies as well as the need to establish collaborations and partnerships with public organizations and establishments of a social or administrative nature ( Anapec, CNSS, OFPPT, etc.).

What is the main objective of this meeting?

The objective of this meeting is to make the private education commission of the CGEM-TTA, which includes basic, college and secondary education as well as higher education and vocational training, known to our colleagues in the TTA region. . We took the opportunity to invite several speakers from public institutions to highlight the various support programs offered to the sector. We would like to thank, at the same time, the various provincial and regional directors who accompanied and supported us for this first meeting of the commission. The success of this meeting is largely due to their collaboration and the quality of their interventions.

How is the private education sector performing in the TTA region?

The private education sector is made up of small, medium and large structures. These different establishments have common problems but also suffer from the difficulties specific to each of them. Each school tries to survive, in its own way, the problems it faces, whereas by joining forces, we can help each other and find common solutions, have more representativeness and raise our voices to the highest level during interactions with students. different organizations and partners involved.

What is the contribution of the CGEM-TTA commission to the sector in the north?

We benefit, like all CGEM commissions, from the support, logistics and know-how of a respected and well-represented institution in all regions of Morocco. We defend our rights as entrepreneurs who have chosen this sector for the general good and to participate in the construction of the Morocco of the future by training qualified people who can meet all challenges.

Don’t you think that professionals from the North took a lot of time to create their commission within the CGEM?

It is the first commission dedicated to private education at the regional level. This commission would not have been possible without the unwavering support of Adil Rais and Chaibia Balbzioui Alaoui, respectively president and vice-president of the CGEM-TTA. We also encourage the creation of new commissions to defend the interests of professionals and support them in order to support and boost the sector.

What are the most popular sectors in private higher education in the North?

The most popular sectors in higher education are primarily logistics in middle management. It is the most advanced and most requested training and provides the link between top management and operators. Training in NICT is, in turn, very popular with our young people wishing to evolve in the digital world. There is reason to recall a glaring lack of specialized institutes and training centers, according to a study carried out by the logistics and transport commission of the CGEM-TTA.

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