Boeing joins hands with Tatas for skill training
New Delhi, March 28: Aviation major Boeing is joining hands with Tata Advanced Materials and the Nettur Technical Training Foundation for a skill development programme for training frontline workers for the aerospace industry.
Sponsored by Boeing and conducted by NTTF, the 'Learn and Earn' programme announced today offers students a three-year diploma in aerospace manufacturing technol- ogy (advanced composites).
The programme has been rolled out under the Centre's skill development initiative, the National Employability Enhancement Mission (NEEM). The first batch of students was inducted at a ceremony at TAML's Bangalore facility, a release said here.
“Boeing is committed to addressing the crucial and growing need for vocational training and skills development in India's aerospace sector and fully supports the Indian government's efforts to promote Skill India,” Boeing India president Pratyush Kumar said.
TAML CEO SR Mukherjee said, “We continue to invest in skills development programmes to ensure that our manufacturing workers are skilled and can deliver highquality products required by the aerospace and defence industry.” PTI