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Sunday, 28 February 2010





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Scholarships for automobile workers

Chevron Lubricants Lanka PLC, the pre eminent marketer of Caltex, Havoline and Delo brands in Sri Lanka launched a scholarship programme in ‘Automobile Engineering’.

The course will be conducted through the Ceylon-German Tech Training Institute (CGTTI) in Moratuwa. The main focus and purpose of the programme is to develop and strengthen the competencies of garage motor mechanics, technicians and service station crew, thereby uplifting the standards in the automobile industry.

Under the banner ‘Caltex Knowledge Drive’, this scholarship programme has been specially designed by Chevron to enhance the knowledge and skill of all technical servicemen who otherwise would not have the financial support and opportunity to invest in such technical skill training.

‘The company decided to offer a specially designed scholarship in view of not only developing the industry workforce, but also promoting an equal learning opportunity by extending the scholarship to candidates across the country,’ said Kishu Gomes, MD and CEO of Chevron Lubricants Lanka PLC.

‘We sincerely hope that through Chevron’s initiative to spearhead a project of this nature, the other industry players would also follow in our quest to promote sustainable learning through similar projects. We strongly believe that scholarship programmes of this scope and depth will help boost the performance and preparedness of our local industry, thereby uplifting the standard in service technology and delivery’, he said.


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