Group's senior officers pay working visit to Aprotrain
CEO Ninard Karpe and a high-ranking delegation from
Aptech Group on May 23 and 24 visited Aprotrain-Aptech
and Arena Multimedia, two of Aprotrain's training
centres, which have succeeded in implementing the
group's franchise training programs.
The working visit was paid on the occasion of the 10th
anniversary since the group commenced its associated
training programs in Vietnam (1999-2009).
After signing a cooperation program in 2005, Aprotrain
has up to now put four training centres into operation.
Two Aprotrain-Aptech Computer Education centres in Hanoi
and Ho Chi Minh offer Aptech Certified Computer
Professional (ACCP) and Aptech Certified Network
Administration (ACNA) training courses. Two Arena
Multimedia Education centres provide Arena Multimedia
Specialist Program (AMSP).
Aprotrain's training centres focus on training and
supplying high quality human resources to the local IT
market in general and the software industry in
particular. These centres have trained a total of over
4,000 students. All ACCP and AMSP training programs have
received ISO 9001 certification for their training
management. Advantages in competing, attracting learners
and convincing employers include market-driven training,
programs built on the most updated technological trends
and combination of professional training and softskills
such as team working skills and information exchange
skills. Consequently, as much as 95% of graduates have
managed to find jobs.
Aprotrain's Chief Operating Officer Chu Tuan Anh (third
from left to right) introduces training activities at
the centre to Mr. Ninad (the second from left to right)
and other members of the delegation
Visiting the practice studio at Arena Multimedia
This system of training centres has been elected as the
leading IT provider in Vietnam for several years. After
ten years of introduction of training programs, Vietnam
has ranked in top five among countries which have
recorded the most successful implementation of Aptech's
training model worldwide.
In addition to the working agenda, the group's executive
board held talks on and shared with students
occupational orientation and human resource needs of the
global IT sector and support programs intended for
students. The CEO awarded a certificate of merit to
student Vu Thanh Huong from Class C0810HV for her active
and enthusiastic participation in activities initiated
by the centre in particular and social activities in
Remarkably, during the visit, Mr. Ninad Karpe on behalf
of the group granted the award of "Excellence Training
Unit" to Aprotrain-Aptech International Programmer
Centre to honor its contributions to ensuring training
quality and well providing care for learners during and
after training courses.
"I am very delighted to visit the Aprotrain-Aptech
centre in Hanoi", said Mr. Ninad Karpe when sending a
letter of commendation to Aprotrain-Aptech after his
visit. "The centre has excellent facilitation, good
layout, vibrant colours, and above all, excellent staff.
I am confident that the centre would offer each student
excellent education and training", he added.
"When any student graduates from the centre, he/she will
become a good professional," he said. "My best wishes
remain with this centre", he concluded his letter.
Experience and achievements gained by Aprotrain will
serve as a firm basis to further expand its current
training scale and deploy new training products between
the two parties in the future.
The letter of commendation sent by the CEO to the
Aprotrain-Aptech centre after his visit here