Discover how EFE works
EFE-Egypt training programs have been developed locally and internationally with academic and professional experts and have been adapted to the Moroccan labor market and sectoral needs. They are regularly updated by our Master Trainers and are customized according to the needs of employers.
Each EFE-Egypt training starts with an individualized skills-based assessment followed by a personalized learning plan which focuses on skills to be improved. EFE’s pedagogical approach is based on classroom, online and ‘blended’ training modules and follows the “learning by doing” concept. This interactive approach and innovative use of technology increases learning and retention of skills. Our trainings are regarded as so effective that they have been integrated into the curricula of partner universities and vocational training centers for lasting impact
Job Training & Placement program (jptp)
The Job Training & Placement programs are EFE’s flagship program.
The Career Directions (CD) program is directed at university students near graduation, and aims at providing basic skills required for a fresh graduate.
The Emplea+ online training allows participants to take a skills assessment for the most requested soft skills in the job market and follow a customized learning plan.
The Alumni Club offers ongoing learning, professional development opportunities, networking and community volunteering.
Our donors and strategic partners
Education For Employment-Egypt, known as EFE-Egypt, is an association under Egyptian law and an affiliate of the Education For Employment (EFE) Network. Our mission is to address youth unemployment by bridging the gap between labor market needs and the existing hard and soft skills of young job seekers.
Education For Employment-Maroc, known as EFE-Maroc, is an association under Moroccan law and an affiliate of the Education For Employment (EFE) Network. Our mission is to address youth unemployment by bridging the gap between labor market needs and the existing hard and soft skills of young job seekers.