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Training Activities:

The training has been allocated for basic, intermediate and final stage of theory and practical classes.

What do we teach?

Training is given on the operation of general electronics, pipe fittings and welding, refrigerators and air conditioners.

How long will we train?

Each session of training is run for three weeks in 189 hours of practical and theory classes. (check numbers)

What methods do we use?

Training strategy is transformed into weekly programs  and are developed to suit the training needs of different groups. Trainings are conducted by  highly qualified and time tested trainers and are closely monitored by the Group Supervisors and Training Managers.

Who are our teachers?

All our teachers are highly trained engineers and adequately skilled qualified individuals who convey high motivation and encouragement to the trainees.

What measures do we use to evaluate the performance of the trainees?

After every stage of training, each trainee has to qualify through a test to move to the next stage. At the end of the final stage all trainees have to go through and qualify in ‘Simulation Test’ to be able to qualify for participating in the final test.

Recruitment of Trainees:

Recruitment of trainees is done at the corporate office and at the center’s recruitment cells. Minimum education requirement. After recruitment, each trainee has to go through a thorough medical test. Trainees are then mobilized at the center as per mobilization schedule. Trainees are issued with working dress, safety boots, sun caps and helmets as standard issues.

Future Initiative for Women:

Ayat Skill Development Center has been working intensively and enthusiastically for the betterment of women in Bangladesh. Women empowerment is to make them able so that they can make own independent decisions for their personal development. The status of women in the Bangladeshi society is still backward because of the gender inequality. They should not be treated as weak gender of the society as they occupy almost half population of the country.