National Taipei University of Technology
  • 2019 Dec 18
  • Delegation from the 2019 APEC Workshop on Regional Industry-Academia Collaboration for Talent Development Makes Specially Requested Visit to NTUT GLORIA Member-Organized International Talent Training Program

NTUT Office of Industry-Academia Cooperation Dean Sheng-tung Huang explains the NTUT-DET cooperation model to the APEC delegates


NTUT’s Global Research & Industry Alliance (GLORIA) welcomed a visit by a delegation from this year’s APEC Workshop on Regional Industry-Academia Collaboration for Talent Development. The delegates included APEC Human Resources Development Working Group Chairman Dong Sun Park and 16 workshop participants from 10 APEC economies. The visit included an in-depth introduction to the international talent training program of GLORIA member Delta Electronics (Thailand) PLC (DET) at NTUT, during which delegates were apprised of the model used in the program to tightly integrate classroom learning and practical training.

The launch by GLORIA and DET of the International Talent Training Program in August of this year formally inaugurated cooperation between the two organizations on talent training. Under the program, 16 Thai students selected by DET attend an intensive, 4-month program at NTUT focused on honing business management and Mandarin language skills. Under the leadership of NTUT Department of Mechanical Engineering Associate Professor Stephen Tseng, the program has already achieved impressive results. The program trains students in Mandarin Chinese conversation and business communication skills, strengthens their grounding in mechanical and industrial engineering knowledge and skills, and provides hands-on experience at a Delta Electronics’ factory in Taiwan. This elite training program prepares participants for future positions in management at DET in Thailand.
 
To learn how the APEC workshop’s theme, “An Exchange of Skills Training, Internships, and Jobs”, is being put into practice in Taiwan, APEC’s Human Resources Development Working Group (HRDWG) proactively reached out to NTUT, requesting a visit to the NTUT-DET International Talent Training Program.



NTUT Department of Mechanical Engineering Associate Professor Stephen Tseng leads the International Talent Training Program


The cooperative model used to establish and run the talent training program encapsulates the spirit that underpins cooperation among APEC member economies in terms of strengthening regional ties via the bilateral promotion of human resources and cross-border skills sharing. The NTUT-DET International Talent Training Program promotes better job opportunities by increasing participants’ professional skills and closing the gap between theory and practice. The high praise given by the APEC delegation significantly raises the program’s international profile and enhances its potential as a model for future international cooperation in the realm of professional skills exchange and education.


 

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