SMVTI to send ten students to Singapore as interns

Singapore-Myanmar Vocational Training Institute (SMVTI) will send top ten Myanmar graduates to Singapore as interns to work in Singapore for six months.

“Here, 70 percent is practical and 40 percent is tutorial. In the six months of its course, top students are selected and sent to Singapore as interns,” said Dr. Thein Thein Aye, principal of SMVTI.

SMVTI is a joint project between Singapore and Myanmar governments. It was proposed by Singapore’s president Tony tan during his State visit to Myanmar in April 2013. A MOU was signed between the two governments in April 2014. SMVTI aims to support Myanmar human resource development, particularly in the area of vocational skills in demand for Myanmar’s youth and adult learners.

Courses such as front office operation, housekeeping, restaurant operation, retail, Electronics (computer networking), electrical technology, electrical installation, resident air-conditioning, built in fixtures and equipment, general welding and Mechatronics (basic services) were conducted and the duration is 6 months.

Every year, top graduates were selected and send as internship to Singapore and it is the 6th time to send internship. Only 40 students are accepted for each course. About 90 percent of those graduated from SMVTI were employed at local companies. Those passed the matriculation exam can apply SMVTI and upon completion, certificate granted from ITE, Singapore will be handed.

Source: ELEVEN Media Group

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