UMFCCI schedules its vocational trainings to launch in November

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CEC member U Myint Zaw explains UMFCCI’s vocational training courses at the press conference in Yangon.—Photo: Khaing Thanda Lwin

The Republic of the Union of Myanmar Federation of Chambers of Commerce and Industry will launch its vocational trainings on 3 November, aiming to produce more skilled workers, entrepreneurs and innovators, an official said.
U Myint Zaw, a member of the central executive committee of the UMFCCI, said that the federation will conduct vocational training courses on environmental hygiene, solar technology, energy management, electronic instrument, commercial writing, and machine tools for maintenance.
All courses are designed to provide trainees with 30% of course-related knowledge plus 70% of practical operations. Interested applicants will be interviewed by the local experts, with classes limited to 20 students each.
The CEC member said that vocational trainings play an important role in promoting the country’s economic sector, adding that young people should try to become entrepreneurs as the country still has a few small and medium entrepreneurs.
He went on to say that the UMFCCI welcomes other vocational training organizers and pledged to give necessary recommendation to them so as to increase the number of skilled people in specific fields of business.
The federation invites enthusiasts with education levels of grade four and above to send their applications to the UMFCCI Office Tower.–GNLM

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