Aman Tech hosted its first ever Graduation Ceremony for over 2300 students having graduated in different trades offered at the Aman Tech Vocational Institute.
Every year, a student body of about 1000 young men and women, graduates from Aman Tech, having completed certifications in their respective trades. Each individual is given a certificate that they may utilize as a symbol of their achievement and a showcase for the skills they have learned at Aman Tech.
Mr Fazllullah Pechuho, Health Secretary, Sindh Government, said, “The Pakistani industry is growing, and with it, the demand for a technically skilled workforce. There is not enough youth that is attracted towards technical education which can secure the industrial future of our nation. The vocational education provided by Aman Tech, however, has created a benchmark for other institutes to follow suite. This must be a collective effort for it to work overtime.”
Aman Tech, affiliated with City and Guilds, UK, is one of Pakistan’s largest vocational institutes offering training in 12 different trades. The facility hosts workshops and specialized machinery that have been built for space and practical implementation of lessons. All our courses and instructors have been certified by City & Guilds, which is a globally renowned body for certifications in vocational training.
The curriculum at Aman Tech is in constant alignment with the needs of the Pakistani industry so as to boost our students’ employability and productivity when tackling new jobs.
Representatives of various different industries were present at the occasion. They showed keen interest in the graduating student body for the purpose of hiring potential talent for their individual organizations. The highlight of the evening was a beat box and tabla musical performance by two boys from the I Am Karachi Music Mentorship program.
All students were given a certificate and a sash to compliment the skills and abilities they had attained during their time at Aman Tech. Some students were awarded distinguishing memorandums for outstanding performance in their trades.
Ahmad Jalal, CEO, The Aman Foundation, said, “Aman Tech’s focus is training for employment. Our curriculums have been shaped to boost the student’s employability with a focus on life skills in addition to vocational learning and implementation. If an Aman Tech graduate gets employed, he will earn. If he earns, he will be able to support his family. That is Aman’s vision. The Systematic transformation of lives.”
Overall, the ceremony proved to be a productive evening with a lot of interaction between the students, their parents, instructors, and other external guests.