Dong Nai in deal with Bosch to train human resources

Friday, Sep 27, 2019 09:00

Representatives of the Dong Nai People’s Committee and Bosch Vietnam sign a memorandum of understanding on September 26 for developing skilled human resources in the province. — VNS Photo

Bosch, the German technology and services company, and the People’s Committee of Dong Nai on Thursday (September 26) signed a memorandum of understanding for developing skilled human resources to advance the industry 4.0 programme in the province.

The partnership’s objectives are to support vocational schools by providing them with opportunities to access modern technologies, enabling them to acquire, master and operate them effectively.

It will facilitate close collaboration between vocational education institutions in the province and Bosch Rexroth, the drive and control division of Bosch Vietnam.

The two sides will provide industry 4.0 training to teachers, with a focus on automation, mechatronics, pneumatics, and hydraulics, Bosch Rexroth’s areas of strength. The training will be given in the province and abroad if necessary.

Besides, they will support vocational education institutions in Dong Nai with setting up and tweaking training programmes and organising technical seminars on industry 4.0.

Nguyen Hoa Hiep, vice chairwoman of the province People’s Committee, said: “Science and technology are important enablers of economic and social growth with a highly-quality workforce playing a vital role.

“We are pleased to work closely with Bosch, a technology leader, for training programmes to develop skilled human resources in future and at the same time shape the Dong Nai Province economy.”

Guru Mallikarjuna, managing director of Bosch Vietnam, said: “Keeping pace with technology is an integral requirement to stay competitive and develop industry 4.0-enabled factories of the future.

“As one of the global leaders in drive and control technology, Bosch has acquired a unique level of technological expertise and would like to pass on the know-how as well as technology to apprentices and students.” — VNS

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