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SR Technics welcomes Minister of Industry from Indonesia to view its training services

Posted 3 February 2017 · Add Comment

SR Technics, that has offices in Dubai, recently hosted an Indonesian delegation at the company's Zurich facilities.

The delegation, which included Indonesian Minister of Industry  Airlangga Hartarto, and Indonesian Ambassador  Linggawaty Hakim visited the vocational training department, the modern training centre and other SR Technics facilities.

The company’s flexible training solutions and tailor-made courses offer both hands-on training on actual aircraft as well as comprehensive classroom learning. On average, SR Technics trains some 2,800 professionals each year in preparation for B1 and B2 PART 147 licenses as well as Part 145 approved qualifications, among further maintenance training options.

In addition, the visitors learned about SR Technics’ vocational training capabilities that offer a long-term training program giving students the competences and qualifications they need for jobs that are currently in demand. This vocational training, a true hallmark of Switzerland, creates an impressive talent pool that meets the needs of businesses. Young students learn and work at the same time, and are hence trained for the specific needs of the industry. The delegation members were particularly impressed by the technical competence and stupendous communication skills of the second year apprentices they met during their visit at SR Technics.

“We were very pleased to welcome the Indonesian delegation to our Zurich facilities,” said Jeremy Remacha, SR Technics’ CEO. “Their interest in SR Technics and our training programs is yet another indicator of our strong global brand and the quality we are known for worldwide. In addition, Indonesia is a very important market for us, and we are looking forward to developing our local partnerships.”

 

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