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Chevron Enjoy Science Newsletter No. 16

Chevron Enjoy Science Newsletter No. 16

The Chevron Enjoy Science Project and Suranaree University of Technology officially launch the Suranaree Technical Vocational Education and Training Hub to support Thailand 4.0

Thailand 4.0 is of great importance to the public, private, and industrial sectors for its role in raising awareness about the needs to transform Thailand into an innovation-driven economy and to prove the nation’s capabilities to the international community. Nakhon Ratchasima is a critical location for driving Thailand 4.0, because the province acts as the gateway to investments in the northeastern region and has the second-largest population in the country.

Recognizing the need and as part of Chevron Enjoy Science’s commitment to strengthening Thailand’s competitiveness and innovation through the support of education in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) and technical skills training. The i new TVET Hub at Suranaree University of Technology will drive the competitiveness in the microelectronics sector and upgrade the quality of skilled workers, both in the province and surrounding areas, leading to the development of a more skilled workforce to meet the industry’s requirements.

The microelectronics industry is critical in Nakhon Ratchasima and surrounding provinces, and so the Suranaree TVET Hub will emphasize workforce development that is tailored for electronics jobs. By strategically linking academic institutions with electronics firms, the Hub will ensure that the workforce is equipped with both practical and theoretical skills needed to serve in the sector. More broadly, the Hub will prepare the region for Thailand 4.0 and enable firms in the region to move up the value chain and become internationally competitive.

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November 15, 2017