The demonstration of leadership of Scania is presently going in the region of practical advancement through making wanders in a few poorer nations. The conference of Swedish Leadership Changes the World in Stockholm, representatives gained exhibit how the Scania supported Swedish Academy for Training has worked with exactness to change the lives of many Iraq students.
The academy has trained over 800 individuals in fields that include English and computer use, vehicle mechanics, since it is being established within the northern part of Erbil, Iraq in 2012.
Scania’s Senior Vice President and Head of Corporate Relations, Erik Ljungberg has stated,
“Scania has high experiences in furnishing quality training sessions. We recognize that education is a powerful force for transforming people and companies, as well as society as a whole.”
The network of Swedish Leadership Changes the World conference involves 20 of Sweden’s major companies that work with Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (SIDA) as well as other authorities to support sustainable development all over the world.
In cooperation with SIDA, Scania has long been upbeat in supporting training in developing countries along with the company originated in the Swedish Academy for Training in Iraq over 2 years ago.
According to Erik Ljungberg, 13 employees in the school help educate more than 800 people in the years 2012 and 2103. The educational fields include driver training, English, mechanical education, computer use and sales and administration.
He stated, “At the end of the first educational year more than 60 percent of students had got work or were continuing to study,” and added further, “The school’s goal is for more than 30 percent of students to be women and that target was met in 2012 and 2013. Some 10 percent of students in the mechanical training area are women — a higher proportion than in several European countries.”