SSC Vocational courses
HEED Technical Training Center (HTTC)
HTTC Intended to accomplish Sustainable Development Goal-4 with the collaboration of the Government of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh.
HEED Technical Training Center (HTTC) is providing technical education to the youth and helping them to earn their sustainable livelihood after having technical expertise. HTTC created a scope of new learning beside the mainstream education. This training institute is working to address SDG Goals 4-‘’Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all through fulfilling its targets no 4.3-by 2030, ensure equal access for all women and men to affordable and quality technical, vocational and tertiary education, including university and 4.4 – by 2030, substantially increase the number of youth and adults who have relevant skills, including technical and vocational skills, for employment, decent jobs and entrepreneurship’’.
Located in Bhola, in southern Bangladesh, HTTC is a Secondary Level Vocational Training Institute affiliated under Bangladesh Technical Education Board (BTEB) which affiliation number is 40020. HTTC has been running SSC Vocational courses with 3 (three) trades of BTEB for two years duration as it has better job facilities than other trades of Bangladesh Technical Education Board (BTEB).
The names of the trades are General Mechanics, Machine Tools Operation and Computer and Information Technology. Achieving these vocational courses increase their scope of work in technical sector as these trades have more demand. Also, after passing SSC Vocational Examination these students can take admission into any Government and Non-Government Polytechnic Institute to complete a Diploma in any Engineering subject.
Graphical Overview of HTTC:
HTTC is working to address SDGs by providing quality vocational education. Currently 150 students are enrolled for vocational educational courses under adequate technical expertise and professionals. HTTC is showing its potentiality in vocational education. HTTC is one of the oldest leading technical institutions in the area for mid-level engineering and technology with more than 30 years of national reputation.
Basic Trade Course:-3-6 Months (360 Hours)
The HEED Private Polytechnic Institute (HPI), located in Bhola, is a vocational educational institution in Bangladesh which provides International standard technical education. It aims to enhance global competitiveness in Bangladesh, through a quality and productive workforce by developing demand driven, standardized, dynamic and integrated technical education and vocational training.
Under HPI, we provide Basic Trade Course with the duration of 3-6 Months (360 Hours). The 360 hours short course details are provided here for further development and productive workforce.
Basic Trade Courses Are:
- Auto Mechanics
- Computer Office Application
- Driving cum Auto Mechanics
- Electrical House Wiring
- Motor Cycle & Mishuk Mechanics
- Mobile Phone Servicing
- Refrigeration & Air Conditioning
Computer Office Applications Course provides a solid foundation in the basic and intermediate skills for working with computer system, Word Processor, Spread Sheet, Power Point, Database, Email and Internet basic applications, practices on Google G-suite & concept on Freelancing. This course is ready to extend the knowledge and upgrade skill into some of the more specialized and advanced capabilities of basic operations in computing.
Here in The HEED Private Polytechnic Institute (HPI), young generation can receive different short courses in a variety of fields, including Auto Mechanics, Computer Office Application, Driving cum Auto Mechanics, Electrical House Wiring, Motor Cycle & Mishuk Mechanics, Mobile Phone Servicing, Refrigeration & Air Conditioning and Welding.
Students’ Enrollment Status of Basic Trade Course:-3-6 Months (360 Hours)
SUCCESS STORY OF A SELF-CONFIDENT YOUNG MAN
Babuganj, is the name of a village of South Aicha Upazila of Bhola district. Md. Ibrahim Howlader, a 24 year boy and his family live there. Since 1998, after his birth he had grown up with a struggling family, he has seen financial crisis in his family as his family earning source is farming based. He studied up to standard IX, after that he could not continue his study due to financial crisis of his family.
After being a dropout from standard IX, Md. Ibrahim Howlader decided to earn money to help his parents. But where and how he will find work to earn? While he was looking forward to earn money through any job/work, he failed several times as he was not experienced nor a technical expert in any field. He was frustrated and lost his hope! One day he was talking for his job and frustrated life with his friends, one man (who is a religious leader), called Md. Ibrahim and shared about the HEED Private Polytechnic Institute (HPI). He took address from the religious leader and came to the HPI to know about technical courses and its future. Two days later he came to HPI and met with the Principal Mr. Shadhon Kumar Paul and collected all the information about short trade courses, i.e., Electrical House Wiring, Computer Office Application, Welding and Mobile Phone Servicing. Afterwards, he decided to enroll for 360 hours short course, which is entitled: “Mobile Phone Servicing”.
Md. Ibrahim Howladar decided that he would learn mobile phone servicing and become self-dependent entrepreneur. But it was very difficult for him to receive training in any subject with money, so he was frustrated and broken!! In December 2021, he came to know that mobile phone servicing will be taught for three months (December-2021 to March-2022) at HPI, Bhola under the supervision of Palli Karma Sahayak Foundation (PKSF) and with the fund of European Union (EU). As soon as he heard, Md. Ibrahim was very happy and he took advantage of this opportunity to enroll in HPI and took three months of mobile phone servicing training and learned the theoretical and practical work very deeply. He has successfully completed his short course training on “Mobile Phone Servicing”. At present, he is working in a mobile phone servicing shop in Char Fasson Bazar in Bhola.
‘’My parents are happy now because I can contribute financially for our family needs, I spend money for my family needs and for myself and for my younger brother’s education purpose. I am very much happy and enthusiastic because I am able to take financial burden of my family’’, said Md. Ibrahim. ‘’On behalf of my family and myself, I want to extend my gratitude and thankfulness to the HEED Private Polytechnic Institute (HPI) and HEED Bangladesh for their support and contributions.
HEED understands the reality of youth and country needs to enhance sustainable economic development for Bangladesh. They are creating employment by enhancing technical and vocational skills’’, Ibrahim reiterated in an emotionally choked voice.