PESHAWAR: The Director General of the Technical Education and Vocational Training Authority (TEVTA) KP Syed Sajjad Ali Shah said that the future of the country depends on renewable energies, which can also generate employment opportunities, especially for young people.
“Renewable energies play a key role in creating a skilled workforce to meet market needs,” he said during a training workshop for young artisans on renewable energies and new products organized by Fronus.
On this occasion, Anwar Naveed, CEO of Fronus, Murtaza Memon, trainer, and Syed Mohammad Abbas, solar engineer of Fronus, informed the participants about the training on the new solar energy product.
Anwar Naveed said 500 skilled workers in the province have been trained in solar inverters and new products. He said training has been provided which will not only showcase new solar projects across the province and also increase business in the province, but also create new daily opportunities for young people.
At the end of the training workshop, special guest MD of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa TEVTA Syed Sajjad Ali Shah, while addressing the media, said that special attention is being paid to renewable energies in the province, which create also employment opportunities.
However, the demand for skilled labor in the market has also increased, so to meet this demand, young people should take advantage of “Fronus” style workshops to improve their skills in renewable energy.
He said TEVTA has introduced modern solar power courses to the province, which help develop a new workforce and that these young people will continue to improve the economy of the province.