GE, Tata Trusts to Enhance Skills in Healthcare Sector
In an effort to build and enhance skills in the healthcare sector, GE Healthcare and India’s Tata Trusts have entered into a partnership to train 10,000 youth in various technical areas of healthcare over a three-year period.
GE Healthcare Education Institute will design, develop and execute courses to equip trainees to graduate as X-ray, radiography, medical equipment, anesthesia, operation theater, and cardiac care technicians, as well as counselors in managing diabetes. These courses will be effected through a mix of both classroom training and interactive training exercises.
Tata Trusts will offer loan scholarships to the candidates that qualify for the training programs; GE will also fund certain candidates on the basis of their eligibility, says Skill Reporter.