Tertiary Education Minister Fazal Karim (seated at left) signs a letter of intent with Jerome Borde – Managing Director of ANSA Automotive to formalise the working relationship between the two companies at the NESC Woodford Lodge Technology Centre.
Looking on are NESC President Kern Dass (left), Darryl Young – General Manager of Classic Motors and Feeroz Khan – Chairman of NESC. ANSA Automotive is a subsidiary of the ANSA McAL Group of Companies which is the parent company of the Guardian Newspaper.
The letter of intent will speak to:
• The donation of a CNG fueled Vehicle to the NESC for training purposes (the NESC will shortly launch its exclusive CNG Technicians Programme in collaboration with NGC, at the Woodford Lodge Campus)
• The sharing of industry insights and information from ANSA’s technical experts to the students and instructors of NESC’s Autotronics and Automotive Services Technician Programmes
• The continued availability of NESC’s facilities at the Woodford Lodge Campus for ANSA Automotive’s training sessions for its Sales and Technical Staff.
PHOTO COURTESY: The Minister of Tertiary Education and Skills Training
Taken from: Trinidad Guardian
Date: Saturday 21st March, 2015