ICDF – Indonesia assigned performance students from Indonesia to pursue Vocational Training Program for 2 months in Taichung – Changhua – Nantou Regional Branch of the Ministry of Labor’s Workforce Development Agency.
The project aimed to assist young talent in cultivating professional and technical abilities, enhancing trainees’ employment opportunities and career development.
Training program is cooperating with the Taichung – Changhua – Nantou Regional Branch of the Ministry of Labor’s Workforce Development Agency, utilizing the agency’s vocational training venues and trainers, and addressing the kinds of skills needed for everyday life in Taiwan partner countries. Four classes are being offered, covering electrical and plumbing services, automotive mechanics, computer software and network applications, and wood working industries.
Through its professional and technical themes, and intensive vocational training curriculum, this two-months program will not only be helping participants to increase their basic knowledge and skills in selected disciplines: Guidance on youth entrepreneurship will also be provided throughout the training period as part of basic business management courses and a common curriculum designed to enhance the young trainees’ competitiveness in terms of employability.
In addition, after returning home the trainees are expected to become model personnel in their countries’ efforts to promote the spread of vocational training and techniques, further expanding cooperative relations between Taiwan and its worldwide partners.
Taiwan Government established Formosa Technology Training Center located in Tangerang Industrial Area as a Training Center, designed for 6-months Training in Manufacturing and Technology field for Indonesian High School and Vocational High School graduates. These graduates are prioritized to be assigned in several Taiwan and Indonesia companies.
Complemented with equipment and machinery valued at USD 1 Million, the Training is focused in Machinery Maintenance and Repair Technician knowledge, especially Taiwan’s machinery products, including Precision Manufacture, Dynamic Control, and Molding Printing Techniques; all presented in dual-language, Bahasa Indonesia and Mandarin, with 20-25 students for each class capacity. As for now, Training for High School and Vocational High School graduates has had been carried out in several groups. On the other hand, Formosa Technology Center is also providing assistance for Indonesian workers in operating the equipment and machinery to increase competitiveness of Indonesian Industrial Human Resources.