Tevta wanted collaboration with Wales to train youths

Lahore:November 12: Technical Education and Vocational Training Authority (TEVTA) Chairman Irfan Qaiser Sheikh said Tevta wanted collaboration with Wales to train youths according to its’ requirement. Irfan Qaiser Sheikh said this while meeting Wales’ Member National Assembly and Shadow Minister for Skills and Science Muhammad Asghar at Tevta Secretariat. Irfan Sheikh said Tevta would start English language as well as specially designed courses for senior citizens and disabled persons. He also sought Wales’ assistance in starting a nursing course under Tevta. Muhammad Asghar stressed to promote technical education as technically skilled labour have been paid more than any other job in Wales. He said Pakistani expatriates in Wales would donate their used cars, for training of students at vocational centers, if Government of Pakistan would grant relief in duties and taxes applied.The news.

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