Students in their visit to Schaeffler’s global manufacturing hub in Bien Hoa City on November 6. — Photo courtesy of the company Schaeffler, a leading global supplier to the automotive and industrial sectors, hosted 20 local students for a tour of its global manufacturing hub in Bien Hoa City earlier this month as part of a new vocational skill development project it has launched together with a technical college. The programme will focus on developing a highly skilled workforce for industries by providing advanced training based on German standards. The company launched the project by signing a memorandum of understanding with the LiLama 2 International Technology College for a three-year pilot programme for theoretical and practical training. Students enrolled in the pilot programme receive two and a half years of college learning and half a year’a on-the-job training at Schaeffler at its CNC metal cutting line. They get access to highly qualified teachers and modern equipment at the college and an opportunity to learn from industry experts at the manufacturing plant. Vietnam is the first place in Southeast Asia where Schaeffler has introduced the long-standing tradition of the German Vocational Training System, also known as the dual training system. “As… Read full this story
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