Wed, 28 June, 2023
The South East Asia Skills Enhancement Programme (SEASEP) has been enhancing the skills of disadvantaged and under-represented groups across the world.
TWI and Lloyd’s Register Foundation united to deliver training related to welding inspection, NDT and safety, with a certification programme to provide internationally-recognised proof of competence.
Financial support with course fees is also being offered to candidates, meaning that SEASEP has made a genuine difference for many people who may not otherwise have been able to access engineering-related skills training and education.
By tackling in-country skills shortages, SEASEP is actively working to upskill people and provide opportunity as well as reducing occupational accidents and fatalities.
SEASEP is upskilling young engineers with the necessary skills to perform their roles well and become the backbone of development in their countries, in addition to improving the job opportunities and prospects of many disadvantaged people.
In this video, Vienda explains how SEASEP has allowed her to increase her knowledge and develop her career:
In the short video, below, Wahyu reveals how he has been given genuine help to find work through the knowledge gained during his SEASEP training:
You can find out more about SEASEP on the TWI Training website, here.