Hyundai Elevator opens first training center for experts
Hyundai Group Chairwoman Hyun Jung-eun attended the opening ceremony at Hyundai Elevator’s headquarters in Icheon, Gyeonggi.
“The center of creative development is technology, and technology can only be achieved by men,” Chairwoman Hyun said. “We will do our best to be the role model for fostering young talents, exercising shared growth in a creative economy.”
The new 975.5-square meter (1,166.6-square yard) center is five stories high. Attendees will be trained under circumstances similar to actual workplaces and cover installation, maintenance and quality control.
The center was established as part of a joint project with the Ministry of Employment and Labor. It plans to educate 3,500 young experts annually. It also plans to create a system where trained employees could also land jobs at 259 small and midsize business partners.
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