factory is a state-of-the-art rolling stock manufacturing facility for us in the Asia-Pacific region, where technically advanced metro train sets are being developed for Indian and international customers. We applaud APSSDC’s efforts in curating this programme, and are happy to on-board some of these young minds,” said Alain SPOHR, Alstom MD for India & South Asia.
The 45-day training programme will include classroom training on technical skills, employee health & safety (EHS), quality fundamentals, railway safety, as well as an introduction to Alstom’s operations. In addition, the trainees will attend several sessions on improving interpersonal & communication skills, time management, and personality development, delivered by APSSDC trainers.
This will be followed by an ‘on-the-job’ training on the shop floor for a period of a month. After this, the participants will be assessed and suitable ones will be shortlisted for a job opportunity at Alstom. The company is also looking forward to engaging with 50 more engineering diploma holders through this programme by March 2021.
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