Oil firms sponsor professional, English training for vocational students

Wednesday, Dec 10, 2014 17:04

Hoang Vu Nam, Block 06.1 director at Rosneft Vietnam (right), issues diplomas to the top four students in a training course for welders and electrical technicians his and two other oil firms sponsored in Ba Ria-Vung Tau. – File Photo.
BA RIA-VUNG TAU (Biz Hub) – Forty-six welding and electrical students of the Ba Ria-Vung Tau Province Vocational College have completed vocational and English language training courses sponsored by three oil firms, including PetroVietnam and Russia's Rosneft Vietnam.

The four-month courses were meant to upgrade the trainees' skills amid a growing demand from employers in a diverse range of industries, especially oil.

The welders are now capable of 6G-level jobs, the highest in welding. There is a constant shortage of welders with this skill level in Viet Nam.

The electrical technicians are now capable of maintaining various instruments like temperature, pressure, level, and flow sensors and transmitters.

The other sponsors of the programme, which cost US$50,000, were India's ONGC Videsh Company, who, along with PetroVietnam and Rosneft Vietnam, are the investors of Block 06.1, which consists of the Lan Tay and Lan Do natural gas fields 370km southeast of the Ba Ria-Vung Tau coast. — VNS

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