TEVTA Introduces 5 New Language Courses

TEVTA

The Technical Education and Vocational Training Authority (TEVTA) institutes have launched five new language courses.

These courses will begin on August 5 and span three months. They will include languages such as German, Korean, Japanese, Arabic, and Chinese, aiming to equip young individuals for enhanced employment prospects abroad.These courses will begin on August 5 and span three months. They will include languages such as German, Korean, Japanese, Arabic, and Chinese, aiming to equip young individuals for enhanced employment prospects abroad.

Provincial Minister for Industry and Commerce Chaudhry Shafay Hussain, when introducing the launch of these courses, emphasized the significance of these language skills in improving career opportunities overseas.

He emphasized the importance of ensuring high-quality teaching standards and enhancing the facilities in the course labs.

It is relevant to mention that German classes will be held in Lahore and Gujarat, Japanese in Rawalpindi, Korean in Sailkot, and Arabic in Multan.

TEVTA’s Senior Director General, Akhtar Abbas Bharwana, additionally offered in-depth insights into the course structure and the qualifications needed for the instructors.

The initiative is part of a larger effort to prepare young people with practical skills and knowledge regarding job opportunities, immigration regulations, and other pertinent matters in foreign countries.

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