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Teveta commends Stansfield Motors

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The Technical, Entrepreneurial and Vocational Education Training Authority (Teveta) on Friday hailed Stansfield Motors for its efforts in uplifting skills in the motor vehicle industry.

Teveta service centre manager for the South, Elliott Mulanje, was speaking in Blantyre when 13 technicians graduated with diplomas in mechatronics from the Blantyre Mechatronics Training Centre of Stansfield Motors.

Mulanje described the graduation of the 13 as a significant step in as far as moving with relevant skills for technological development in the motor industry is concerned.

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“The business undertaking of the Blantyre Mechatronics Centre and indeed their achievement today also testifies of the phenomenal role and contribution that private sector training institutions are making in recent years in the education sector in Malawi under the public, private partnership,” said Mulanje.

Stansfield Motors general manager, Michael Khomani, pledged that his firm will continue providing mechatronics training.

Khomani said modern motor vehicles are more complicated and very computerised, adding that this calls for well-trained mechanics to handle them.

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