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Positive Outcomes

 Over the years, the Industrial Technical Instructor Training Program (ITITP) has come to be viewed with significant importance by governments of target countries. For instance, Hungary’s Vice Minister of Innovation and Technology and Vice Minister of Human Resources have recommended candidates for the program, and the government has expressed interest in sending more trainees in the future. Other examples include Thailand’s Ministry of Industry recommending a departmental assistant vice president from the Electrical and Electronics Institute, Vietnam’s Ministry of Industry and Trade recommending a researcher from the Institute of Electronics, Informatics and Automation, and Poland’s Ministry of Entrepreneurship and Technology recommending a professor from Silesian Technical University.

The ITITP includes a closing seminar to obtain the participants’ feedback on the program regarding course material, instructors, field trips, etc., as well as their suggestions for improvement. ICD representatives also attend to discuss with the participants possible bilateral cooperative initiatives, industry exchanges, and so on with their respective countries. In general, the most common comments about the program include praise of its practical emphasis and the usefulness of the knowledge and skills obtained.

In order to maximize the program’s effectiveness, the ICD keeps in contact with participants after they return to their home countries, tracking how they have applied their learning and other related outcomes. For example, the Hungarian and Czech participants in 2019 were later interviewed by TV, newspaper and magazine media. They introduced what they had learned in the ITITP and Taiwan’s industrial technology development, helping to enhance Taiwan’s image in those countries and to promote Taiwan’s industrial technology capabilities. In sum, the ITITP has served as a model example of effective international technical training cooperation.

*Gábor Fekets, a Hungarian participant, gave a press interview on Nov. 5, 2019

Gábor Fekets, a Hungarian participant, gave a press interview on Nov. 5, 2019

*Gábor Fekets, a Hungarian participant, gave a press interview on Oct. 16, 2019 (Video)

Gábor Fekets, a Hungarian participant, gave a press interview on Oct. 16, 2019 (Video)
*Gábor Fekets, a Hungarian participant, gave a press interview on Oct. 16, 2019 (Summary from video) Gábor Fekets, a Hungarian participant, gave a press interview on Oct. 16, 2019 (Summary from video)
*Miloš Hernych, a Czech Republic participant, gave a press interview on Nov. 18, 2019 Miloš Hernych, a Czech Republic participant, gave a press interview on Nov. 18, 2019
Gábor Fekets, a Hungarian participant, gave a representative speech on Oct. 4, 2019 Gábor Fekets, a Hungarian participant, gave a representative speech on Oct. 4, 2019
 

 

 
   
   

 


Update: 2020-05-14
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