Training in automobile industry
MoU between TEVTA, automobile accessories manufacturers association signed.
LAHORE: The Specialized Education and Vocational Training Authority (TEVTA) on Tuesday finalized a memorandum of comprehension (MoU) using the Pakistan Association of vehicle areas and Accessories providers to start car engineering programs.
Brief programs will be offered in sheet material casting, machining, injection moulding and forging.
The MoU ended up being signed by TEVTA Chairperson Irfan Qaiser Sheikh and relationship chairman Mumshad Ali in the TEVTA Secretariat.
Addressing the signing ceremony, Sheikh said that TEVTA would offer the resources required for starting the programs. “Auto engineering sector is one of the most important companies in the country. This MoU would be useful to offer trained manpower to this sector. In the 1st phase, these courses will be begun at TEVTA institutes in Lahore, ” he stated.
He said that after Lahore, the classes would also be available in various other urban centers of this Punjab. “The curricula when it comes to classes is going to be created jointly by the two organisations depending on demands of marketplace. Useful training is imparted by the relationship. Examination and certification may be supplied by the Punjab Board of Specialized Education (PBTE)/Trade Testing Board (TTB), ” he stated.
Mumshad Ali said the TEVTA would be completely assisted in starting it courses. “We may also work with all the TEVTA in creating, developing and reviewing curricula for technical trainings. We're going to provide experts/master trainers for improving auto manufacturing knowledge, ” he said.