PVTC holds Chinese Bridge program for faculty, staff

PVTC holds Chinese Bridge program for faculty, staff

Punjab Vocational Training Council (PVTC), in collaboration with the International Cultural Communication Center Malaysia (ICCCM), organized training under the Chinese Bridge Program for faculty and staff members.

A seminar was organized in PVTC Head Office on February 8th where 200 plus staff and trainees were shown training videos to create awareness among the participants regarding the Chinese Bridge Program. The same videos were also live-streamed on ZOOM for more than 50 staff and trainees of VTI Green Town, Lahore.

All the participants highly appreciated the efforts of PVTC, ICCCM, and Sichuan College for arranging such a learning event. All the participants were excited to participate in the actual training programs from the Chinese Bridge Program Platform to enhance their competencies.

PVTC and ICCCM sign MoU to cooperate in their mutual interest for vocational and technical education, research, and innovative activities in October 2022. In pursuance of the objectives of the MoU first Chinese Bridge Program was launched free of cost for the staff and trainees of the PVTC. The training was held online through the ZOOM platform for 2 hours daily for 5 days in which 306 staff and trainees participated. The training was conducted in collaboration with Sichuan Post and Telecommunication College and the speakers who delivered the training were lecturers directly from Sichuan Post and Telecommunication College.

On the first day during the opening ceremony, there were a few online welcome speeches from Ms Dai Yaling as Vice President of Sichuan Post and Telecommunications College, Major Ghazanfar Abbas as Senior Manager Curriculum of PVTC and Dato’ Siow Chen Pin, Chief Advisor of ICCCM. There were 2 speakers at this training Ms Liu Jie and Ms Dong Li.

The topics of the Chinese Bridge Program included “Basic Knowledge of Chinese”, “Fundamentals of Mobile Communication Technology 1”, “Chinese Class: Introduce Yourself”, “Fundamentals of Mobile Communication Technology 2”, “Chinese Class: Polite Expressions”, “Chinese Class: Travelling in Chengdu”, “Chinese Class: Chengdu Food” and “Chinese Class: Blessings”.

After training participants were issued e-certificates. The participants desired that such training should continue to enhance their abilities and understanding of Basic Chinese language and Mobile Communication.

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