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March 24, 2018


China’s technology giant Huawei to start SmartGen programs in Indonesian Vocational Schools

Jakarta : The Indonesian branch of China’s technology giant Huawei signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) document of its training program for students of Indonesian vocational schools. The signing was conducted by Huawei Indonesia CEO Liu Haosheng and representatives of 12 vocational schools in the country, witnessed by Charge D’Affaires of Chinese Embassy Sun Weide,

Malaysia Govt. became successful in enabling 51% of TVET graduates to work as skilled workers : Deputy Education Minister

Malaysia : A total of 69,475 (51%) of the 136,062 technical education and vocational training (TVET) graduates in Malaysia are working as professionals and skilled workers until 2017, Bernama reports. Deputy Education Minister Datuk P. Kamalanathan said the National Youth Skills Institute has also trained 29, 423 youths in various skills. He commented: “The education

Professional Diploma Programme in Industry 4.0 launched in Hong Kong, also launched “Smart Industry One Consortium” to keep industry abreast on Industry 4.0

HongKong : The HKPC Academy of the Hong Kong Productivity Council (HKPC), the Vocational Training Council (VTC) and the Fraunhofer Institute for Production Technology (Fraunhofer IPT) from Germany signed a Memorandum of Understanding on 22 March to launch Hong Kong’s first Professional Diploma Programme in Industry 4.0. The aim is to strengthen Hong Kong industry

Fiji’s most successful skill development program National Apprenticeship Scheme celebrates 55th anniversary

Fiji : The Fiji National University’s Nation­al Training & Productivity Centre (NTPC) launched the National Ap­prenticeship yesterday. This launch coincides with the scheme in marking the 55th year of existence of the apprenticeship programme. The former minister, direc­tor of Horeb Engineering, and founder of the appren­ticeship programme, Ne­tani Sukanaivalu, was the chief guest at the

Switzerland and India signed an agreement for joint efforts on skill development and vocational education

Coimbatore : Switzerland and India, which signed an agreement on skill development and vocational education and training, to put joint efforts can for sharing best practices together by creating a roadmap for future collaboration in this regard, said Andreas Baum, Ambassador of Switzerland, here on Thursday. He was speaking at a conference organized by the

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