Schneider Electric signs MoU with Nettur Technical Training Foundation

The company intends to establish a complete value chain, which will produce skilled technicians for job market

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To maximise the impact of training and skill initiative among the youth, Schneider Electric, a leading energy management and automation company has announced the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Nettur Technical Training Foundation (NTTF).

The aim of the MoU is to leverage Schneider Electric’s intention to create highly qualified manpower and NTTFs experience in training youth of the country for industry focus and employment orientation. Additionally, NTTF will also going to be the authorized training partner to run training operations, labs and Centre of Excellence (CoE) established by Schneider Electric in the Government and Private based Skilling Institutions in India.

By designing the course curriculum and content, Schneider Electric will assist NFFT in both practical and assessment models. Similarly, NFFT will deploy competent staff to manage the technical and soft skill training of young students under a build operate transfer for the training project.

Schneider Electric actively collaborates with several educational institutions and organisations to develop a marketable knowledge-based workforce by offering top-notch curricula supported by methodical experiments conducted in real-world settings. In order to build a sizable pool of highly skilled labour in the nation, Schneider Electric plans to teach students in the fields of electricity, automation, and energy management. These training facilities will be established in collaboration with public and private universities.

Coming to the NFFT, it’s one of the renowned skilling institution that offers various programs in technical training and are employment-oriented and industry-focused. They also have various levels in the programs like Diploma, Postgraduate Diploma, Postgraduate Degree, and Certificate levels, along with various short-term vocational programs.

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