EEC Model Workforce Capability Development with Foreign Agencies

EEC Model Workforce Capability Development with Foreign Agencies

     The human resource development in the Eastern Special Development Zone (EEC Model) creates people to meet industry demand. In addition to expanding the results of the development to all sectors, it also collaborates with foreign agencies to upskill personnel with modern technology under the framework of international cooperation in the field of human resource development, as follows: 

  • Vocational education cooperation in the “Sattahip Model” is the “Thailand-Austria” collaboration, in which the public and private sectors push forward dual education between educational institutions and establishments.

     

  • Vocational education cooperation “Sattahip Model” is the “Thailand-Austria” collaboration

     

  • The results are extended into MOU signing to develop modern technology curriculum with numerous leading global agencies: MOU signing to develop modern technology curriculum

     

  • IOT, Automation, and Ecosystem Courses, jointly organized with Mitsubishi Electric & Automatic Park, Japan;

     

  • 5G, ICT, and Digital Courses, jointly organized with EEC – Huawei ASEAN Academy (Thailand), China;

     

  • 5G Network and Software Courses, jointly organized with Cisco & Mavenir & 5GCT & Planet COMM, USA;

  • Future Automotive Courses, jointly organized with eight major automotive and parts manufacturers, e.g., Toyota, Honda, Isuzu, Nissan, Ford, Mitsubishi Motors, and Great Wall Motors.

Moreover, there are other ongoing education programs:

  • Electric Vehicles with Great Wall Motors;

     

  • Electric Car Batteries with Evlomo;

     

  • Automation 4.0 with SNC Former;

     

  • e-Commerce with Alibaba.com, China;

  • Design and Tourism & Hotel with Vocational Training Council (VTC), Hong Kong.

     Additionally, the cooperation framework is going to extend in various dimensions with the Association for Overseas Technical Cooperation and Sustainable Partnerships (AOTS) in Japan, WiFi Institute in Austria, and Fraunhofer Academy in Germany.     

 

Source: Office of the Eastern Special Development Zone Policy Committee, CAT Telecom Building, 25th Floor, 72 Soi Wat Muang Khae, Charoenkrung Road, Bangrak Subdistrict, Bangrak District, Bangkok 10500

Tel: +66 2033 8000

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