CINEC campus has introduced a new course to train elevator technicians for the first time in Sri Lanka.CINEC has invested millions of rupees to install a live and active elevator system in order to make the teaching process of the course more practical.
CINEC is conducting the practical training of this course in collaboration with Aitken Spence which is a reputed elevator operating company in Sri Lanka. This is the one and only course in Sri Lanka which covers all the aspects of the subject such as installing elevators, repairs and service operations, repairing technical faults and ordering accessories and spare parts.
Elevator installment and maintenance technicians have a high demand in both the domestic and international job markets. Therefore, students who follow this course will have job opportunities with high salaries everywhere in the globe. Students who have passed the ordinary level examination can apply for this course.
The vocational training authority will award nationally recognized NVQ level 3 and 4 certificates to those who successfully complete the course. This certificate which is awarded at the end of a three-month period of both theoretical and practical learning components is a highly sought after qualifications in foreign employment.Those who are already working as elevator technicians can also study this course in order get a formal qualification. CINEC campus is enthusiastic about introducing more professional courses such as this in future, in order to produce more professionals with vocational training in addition to academic qualifications.
This course will be conducted under the guidance of Chairman of CINEC campus Captain Ajith Peiris and under the direct supervision of Engineer Ranjith Gunawardena, head of department of electrical engineering CINEC campus.