The World Skill Centre (WSC) and ABB India Ltd. (ABB) signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) on Friday to work together on robotics projects for the automation sector. The goal of the MoU is to promote information sharing and the professional development of WSC faculty, staff, and students in the field of robotics technology.
The reports state that this will assist WSC staff members who are enrolled in the Train-the-Trainer program as a component of WSC staff capability development. Additionally, a curriculum in the aforementioned technologies will be collaboratively developed and included in pertinent courses. 50 Robot Studio Network Licenses from ABB will be given to WSC for free for their three years of training. However, a statement stating that the licenses are solely being used for educational purposes to train students and not for any commercial purposes must be submitted each year in order to renew them. Network licensing for Robot Studio will be regulated by the current ABB policy.
For the purpose of enhancing the capabilities of chosen WSC personnel, ABB will offer up to two training slots per year through the Train-the-Trainer program. The training expenses for WSC employees who attend their certification course at ABB, Bangalore, will be covered by ABB as assistance. Airline tickets, lodging, and staff allowances cost during the training at ABB will be covered by WSC.
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