Creating access to training for the youth

Continuing Vocational Education and Training, Labour market insertion
20.12.2022
Uttoron built a permanent training facility in collaboration with SCC at the heart of Sylhet city to create easy access to quality training for youth. This is the first time a city corporation has taken such an initiative in Bangladesh.

Uttoron arranged an inauguration ceremony in Sylhet to begin the operation of the Bholananda Uttoron Technical Training Centre. The honorable mayor of Sylhet City Corporation (SCC), Ariful Haque Chowdhury, inaugurated and visited the training centre.

Uttoron built a permanent training facility in collaboration with SCC at the heart of Sylhet city to create easy access to quality training for youth. This is the first time a city corporation has taken such an initiative in Bangladesh. Uttoron capacitated the training centre named “Bholananda Uttoron Technical Training Centre”. This training centre can provide training of up to 1000 trainees on five trades. Sylhet City Corporation will operate the training centre through Public Private Partnership (PPP) with E-learning and Earning. The training centre is well equipped and prepared to provide technical training to the youth.

Ariful Haque Chowdhury, Honorable Mayor Sylhet City Corporation, Mohammad Badrul Haque, Chief Executive Officer (Joint Secretary), Sylhet City Corporation; Salil Baran Das, Gas Plant Superintendent, Chevron Bangladesh; Dee Bourbon, Senior Social Investment Advisor, OPG Corporate Affairs; Khandaker Tusharuzzaman, Manager, Community Engagement and Social Investment and Mujibul Hasan, Country Director, Swisscontact Bangladesh attended the inauguration ceremony.

Bangladesh
Labour market insertion, Continuing Vocational Education and Training
Uttoron – Skills for better life
Uttoron strives to create easy access to training through effective Public Private Partnerships (PPP), bring innovation to the national skills sector and develop technical skills of disadvantaged youth through vocational training to ensure their well-being.