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Over 65 Timorese participate in the machines operator training by Timor Port

Over 65 Timorese participate in the machines operator training by Timor Port

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DILI, 16 august 2022 (TATOLI) –More than 65 Timorese workers participated in the skills operator training for container ship cargo machines with modern technology by Timor Port.

Timor-Port Country Manager, Laurent PALAYER said Timor Port is currently providing capacity building for 65 Timorese workers to improve their skills in critical operational and management systems.

“We have just secured the largest equipment that has been installed in the Dili Port, and the equipment consists of high tech machines which require people with good operational skills to operate the machines, therefore we are providing training to 65 Timorese workers to operate containerships modern machine,” Timor-Port Country Manager, Laurent PALAYER told TATOLI at his office in Timor-Port, this Tuesday.

Laurent said the training offered by 20 international trainers from various countries including Indonesia, Congo, India, and others: “Out of a total of 65 Timorese participants 20 participants have attended a two-week simulation training in Indonesia and they are about to finish their training at Tibar Port, focus on the operation of modern heavy equipment such as Ship to Shore Crane (SSC), Rubber Tyred gantry crane (RTGC), and Mobile harbor crane (MHC),”

According to Laurent, the participants will also learn about electricity and water installations, information and technology (IT), as well as finance and administration.

Laurent explained that the 65 Timorese participants are currently working at the Tibar Port, therefore the Tibar Port offers them opportunity to take part in training to improve their skills in doing different jobs once the construction of the Tibar Port reaches 100%.

“Currently, the construction of the Tibar port has reached 89%. Timor port is confident that the work will be completed on September 15, 2022, and the 65 Timorese will do the required jobs,”

Related News:https://en.tatoli.tl/2022/08/17/construction-of-the-tibar-bay-port-to-conclude-this-year/16/

 

Journalist: José Belarmino De Sá

Editor:  Nelia Borges

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