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ceylon german technical training institute, sri lanka
Ceylon German Technical Training Institute, Sri Lanka

 

The Ceylon-German Technical Training Institute was originally established in 1979 at the premises of the Central Workshops of the Sri Lanka Transport Board at Werahera. This was the result of an agreement made in 1958 between the governments of the Federal Republic of Germany and Sri Lanka to supply technical assistance in the maintenance of bus fleets which belonged to the SLTB.

The Institute was shifted to its new building at Moratuwa in 1976. It was originally organized and managed by a German Director and his German staff till February 29, 1976, when its management was handed over to a Sri Lanka, Director/Principal and his local staff. The German Advisor continued to work at the 1976 to August 1983, to advise the Management on technical matters.

This Vocational Training Centre which provides the highest standards is affiliated to the Sri Lanka Transport Board and is directly controlled by a Board of Governors who are responsible to the SLTB for all its functions.

The Director/Principal of the Institute, who is a full-time member of the Board is responsible for its management, administration, training and production.

(Taken from the book of Ceylon-German Technical Training Institute, published by the Embassy of the Fedetal Republic of Germany in Sri Lanka)