NATEG in collaboration with the International Institute of Debate is organizing a debate training and competition exclusively for Tunisian Engineers. This will take place on three days in Monastir starting from the 20th of July.
8 teams including 32 participants will take part of it to debate over the bellow listed motions using the WUDC format.
The debate motions are the following:
MOTION 1: Engineers should work for 5 years in their native country before they can sign a contract abroad
MOTION 2: the involvement of engineers in politics does more harm than good MOTION 3: every engineer who remain unemployed for 5 years must join a yearlong training program after signing a job contract
MOTION 4: entrepreneurship more efficient to solve the unemployment of engineers than joining the public sector
MOTION 5: engineers should not be recruited for full time jobs, they should be only consultants Encourages novels engineers to take consultancy jobs for 2 years before engaging in classical full time job
MOTION 6: engineers cannot keep their passwords from their employers (explanation: the boss is free to check the engineer employee emails, social media and bank accounts)
Along side the competition, a presentation and fun activities will be presented to a 100 participants of the NATEG Days.
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