Sarawak Skills launches Oxy-Fuel Gas Welding training programme

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KUCHING: Sarawak Skills Development Centre (SSDC)’s subsidiary company — Automotive and Welding Institute of Sarawak (Awisar) — recently launched its Oxy-Fuel Gas Welding training programme.

The training programme is designed to increase the knowledge, skills and efficiency of the participants in conducting gas welding. At the end of the programme, the participants will be able to install gas welding equipment and perform Oxy-Acetylene Welding.

The first batch of participants comprised technical personnel from One Medicare Sdn. Bhd. The three-day training programme, which commenced on Sept 2 at Awisar in Demak Laut, focused on 20 percent theory and 80 percent Oxy Gas Welding practice.

The programme was launched by SSDC executive director, Hallman Sabri and One Medicare Sdn Bhd chief executive officer (CEO), Sazali Tuah Neli on the same day.

According to Hallman, SSDC and its group of institutions are actively proposing more up-skilling and reskilling training programmes to the industries in its quest to propagate lifelong learning.

“We have pioneered many skills enhancement programmes to facilitate workforce transformation and development to support the ever-evolving needs of the industries and government in the area of human capital development,” he said during the launch ceremony.

Meanwhile, Sazali said the training programme would increase the knowledge, skills and expertise of staff in maintaining various types of air-conditioning systems in line with One Medicare’s core value of competence and  ensure that the company could  provide quality services to its clients.

“Through our collaboration with SSDC, we will be sending more staff to embark on skills enhancement training. We want to strengthen our internal capacity to provide better services to our customers,” he said.

Also present at the ceremony were Awisar general manager, Jaidel Yakob; One Medicare Sdn Bhd chief financial officer, Eric Lim Swee Khoon and SSDC acting deputy executive director of Corporate Services, Amy Francis Najur.

A group photo with the participants.

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