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Australian Institutes intent to Offer vocational Education in India

Dec 10, 2013 06:57 IST

    Heraud Education and TAFE SA, the leading training providing institutes based in Australia, are intent to provide vocational education in India, and hence have signed a deal with the Amity University on 10 December 2013.  

    The TAFE SA (Technical and Further Education South Australia) has embarked on developing its first series of course on automotive training that will be available in Amity's Manesar Campus from February 2014.

    Courses on retail, building and construction, banking, accounting and healthcare are also in the queue.

    The Heraud Education would have the responsibility to manage the initial course implementation and ongoing delivery, quality assurance and audits for the soon to be launched vocational courses at Amity University.

    The chancellor of Amity Group, Aseem Chauhan, expressed that he was very enthusiastic to work with TAFE SA, which he believed has an excellent reputation in delivering proper vocational education.

    To support this initiative, two new institutes -- Amity Vocational Training Institute and Amity Skills Institute will also be launched soon, revealed Chauhan.

    "We share the same passion with Amity for value-based employment oriented future ready skills and to offer it to masses across India", said the CEO of Heraud Education.

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