Technical Education and Vocational Training Authority (TEVTA) will add 31 new short courses in the next phase, which includes 2 automotive courses as well.
The next phase will begin after the successful completion of the current session of short courses. These new short courses were introduced after the final recommendations of industry experts who had a series of meetings.
The course program was developed in consultation with experts in concerned automotive sectors. Chairman TEVTA said:
“TEVTA focuses to introduce short courses in those areas, where skilled labor is required. After getting the training of qualified youth they will be ready to obtain employment in the auto and other concerned industries”.
TEVTA also introduced new short courses for the industry of printing and paper after completing their final recommendations.
TEVTA offers various courses for the following sectors: