China News Service, August 4th. Recently, the General Office of the Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security issued the "Notice on Doing a Good Job in Vocational Skills Training for Fishermen in the Yangtze River Basin on Banning and Returning Fishing." The "Notice" requires categorized policies to carry out skill training, to give full play to the role of new occupations and new formats in absorbing employment, and to carry out live broadcast salesmen, online appointment delivery staff, courier and other vocational skills training for fishermen who retreat.

Data map: Villagers in Xiaqi Village, Xiabaishi Town, Fu'an City, Fujian Province weave fishing nets on fishing boats. Photo by China News Agency reporter Wang Dongming

  The "Notice" pointed out that fishermen from the Yangtze River basin will be quickly included in the scope of free training for vocational skills improvement. According to the principle of "should be fully trained and supplemented" and the training needs of fishermen, at least one vocational training will be provided , And give vocational training subsidies as required. Provide living allowances (including transportation expenses) to eligible poor people.

  The "Notice" emphasizes that it is necessary to implement different strategies to carry out skill training, recommend retreating fishermen to participate in urgently needed job skills training, and improve their ability to transfer employment. For older fishermen with relatively single skills, carry out practical skills training such as aquaculture, aquatic product processing, or recommend to participate in vocational skills training such as housekeeping, elderly care, and security; for young and middle-aged fishermen, focus on e-commerce, auto repair, electrician, etc. Vocational skills training. Give full play to the role of new occupations and new formats in absorbing employment, and carry out vocational skills training for live broadcast salesmen, online delivery operators, and couriers for fishermen who retreat.

  The "Notice" requires that local human resources and social departments must actively organize and manage training, track the progress of training in a timely manner, and provide full-process, convenient and efficient training services such as training registration, training organization, and training subsidy issuance for fishermen who retreat. It is necessary to do a good job in dispatching and publicity, focusing on publicizing policies and measures for training fishermen withdrawing fishing, and guiding and helping fishermen to achieve skilled employment and entrepreneurship.