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The Second Phases of Teacher Training Course of South Africa Luban Workshop Opened

2021-10-11  Click []

At 15:00 p.m. on October 11th (9:00 a.m. local time in South Africa), TJVI and DUT jointly held the second phases teacher training course opening ceremony for IoT specialty of Luban Workshop. Liu Bin, president of TJVI, Moyo, vice president of DUT, 6 participating teachers of DUT, heads of School of Electronic Information Engineering and International Exchange Office and representatives of training teachers attended the opening ceremony.


On behalf of the University, president Liu Bin expressed heartfelt thanks to the teacher team represented by vice president Moyo of DUT, for their efforts to promote the sustainable construction of Luban Workshop, and warmly congratulated the successful opening of the training course. He also points out that since the launch of Luban Workshop in South Africa in December 2019, the teachers of the two universities have worked together to withstand the test of the epidemic. From meeting to knowing each other, mutual trust and friendship have been strengthened, setting an example of people to people and cultural exchanges between colleges and universities in South Africa. The participating teachers are expected to study hard, conduct in-depth exchanges, combine theory with practice and gain full results in the four weeks training.

Vice president Moyo said that despite the impact of the global epidemic, the second round of teacher training course for the IoT specialty of Luban Workshop in South Africa has been successfully opened, which fully shows the determination of South Africa and China to adhere to cooperative development under the epidemic. She is very grateful to TJVI for its contribution to the construction of Luban Workshop in South Africa, which has played a positive role in combating the epidemic. Luban Workshop has solved the local practical problems in South Africa, not only improved the professional quality of teachers, but also improved their scientific research and problem-solving ability, and promoted the development of vocational and technical education in South Africa. She hopes to continue to work together with TJVI to promote the construction of Luban Workshop in South Africa to a new level.