Second batch of advanced welding trainees starts its journey

Upskilling and reskilling, Labour market insertion
28.03.2022
Second batch trainees started internationally standardised advanced welding training.

The second batch of advanced welding trainees have started their training in Khulna Shipyard (KSY). The premier ship building organisation of the country KSY partnered with Uttoron to impart the four-month long residential advanced welding training.  After completing the training, the trainees will be assessed by Bureau Varitas (BV), an international welding certification authority. This is an endeavour to create opportunities for our youth in the international job market. Uttoron-Skills for a better life is a three-year skill development project funded by Chevron and implemented by Swisscontact aims to improve employment opportunities of the youths with industry-focused training.

Bangladesh
Labour market insertion, Upskilling and reskilling
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.