ITITP stories: (1) Hungary

"Smart machinery" is among the seven key sectors targeted for development under the government’s "five plus two” innovative industries program, which the Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) is helping to implement. As part of efforts to nurture smart machinery export potential, the MOEA invites countries in Central and Eastern Europe and Southeast Asia to send personnel to Taiwan to take part in the Industrial Technical Instructor Training Program (ITITP).



Mr. Gabor Fekets, a participant from Hungary, is a teacher at the Zalaegerszeg Szechenyi Istvan Vocational School in the Central European country. He has had a strong interest in foreign cultures since he was a child. Before serving as a vocational school teacher, he worked for several Asian companies. He has always wanted to develop his abilities to communicate and work in different cultures. Therefore, when the MOEA was recruiting program candidates in the country through the Hungarian Ministry for Innovation and Technology, Mr. Feket’s school recommended him. He joined nine other trainees from various countries in taking part in the 2019 program.  


After completing the program and returning to his home country, Mr. Fekets has applied what he learned in his teaching. His students have expressed much interest about his training in Taiwan. Mr. Fekets says that the program was very practical and effective and that he learned a lot. He also feels there are many opportunities for cooperation between Taiwan and Hungary in the field of smart manufacturing. He has shared his experience with local media, helping to spread awareness of Taiwan’s technology strengths in Eastern Europe. Through the training program, the MOEA hopes to increase awareness of Taiwan’s competitiveness in smart machinery and to cultivate its smart machinery export potential.







Update: 2020-06-16
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