The implementation of the national strategy for the continuous training of human resources in the framework of the educational reform in Morocco

  • Azhar El Gorani Mohammed V University of Rabat, Morocco
Keywords: Continuing Education, Reform, Strategic Vision, National Strategy, Initial Training

Abstract

As part of the 2015/2030 strategic vision for the reform of the Moroccan education system, in-service training has taken on a key role in designing the arsenal of pedagogical and organizational mechanisms for achieving the expected objectives. Certainly, the initial training that teachers received in training centers remains fruitful, because the training curriculum is rich and focused on a range of skills, but since the educational context is constantly evolving, it is requested to the structures attached to the Ministry of Education to organize for them other types of training such as continuing professional development, knowing that the teacher, himself, must take the initiative to develop his teaching expertise.

 In this sense, the Ministry of National Education has elaborated the National Strategy of Continuing Education (SNFC), in which the national orientations in the field of continuing education are put forward. This strategy is the explicit expression of the ninth project, entitled "Innovation in education and training and promotion of career management", which is included in the portfolio of projects implementing the provisions of Framework Law 51.17. This current project, in addition to optimizing initial training, aims to make continuing professional development mandatory and central to the professional advancement of all educational actors.

 

JEL Classification: H52, I25, O15

Paper type: Theoretical Research

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Published
2021-09-29
How to Cite
El Gorani, A. (2021). The implementation of the national strategy for the continuous training of human resources in the framework of the educational reform in Morocco. International Journal of Accounting, Finance, Auditing, Management and Economics, 2(5), 620-632. https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.5529186
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