Luban Workshop Construction Experience Museum a blueprint for future Luban Workshops

Source: Globaltimes.cn Published: 2018/9/7 15:27:09

Highlights: The Luban Workshop Construction Experience Museum located at the Tianjin Light Industry Vocational Technical College was opened as a response to China’s Belt and Road Initiative earlier this year. It also shows the potential of the capacity-building initiative of setting up 10 Luban Workshops in Africa for vocational training that was announced at the FOCAC Beijing summit. (Photos: Li Lei/GT)

  • The Luban Workshop Construction Experience Museum, located at the Tianjin Light Industry Vocational Technical College, was opened earlier this year. Photo: Li Lei/GT

  • Pictured is the logo of the Luban Workshop, which is on display at the Luban Workshop Construction Experience Museum. Photo: Li Lei/GT

  • Five Luban Workshops have opened with the assistance of the Chinese vocational colleges. Three more will be unveiled in the near future. Photo: Li Lei/GT

  • The Training certification granted to a trainee by Tianjin Dongli District Vocational Education Center School. Photo: Li Lei/GT

  • Photo: Li Lei/GT

  • Students’ works are displayed at the Luban Workshop Construction Experience Museum. Photo: Li Lei/GT

  • Photo: Li Lei/GT

  • Photo: Li Lei/GT

  • Photo: Li Lei/GT

  • Some English textbooks and training materials for trainees of the Luban Workshop programs are displayed at the Luban Workshop Construction Experience Museum. Photo: Li Lei/GT

  • Live video teaching devices connect classrooms in China with the Luban Workshops located overseas for remote training. Photo: Li Lei/GT

  • Photo: Li Lei/GT

  • Pictured is an electrician training base in the Tianjin Modern Vocational Technology College, which set up China’s fifth Luban Workshop training base in Lahore, capital city of Pakistan’s Punjab Province. Photo: Li Lei/GT

  • A group of teaching staff from different vocational schools of Indonesia visit the Luban Workshop Construction Experience Museum on Friday afternoon. Photo: Li Lei/GT

  • Ririn Puji Harini, leader of the 21-member teaching group, spoke highly of the Luban Workshop program in Indonesia, saying that the program is helpful in enhancing Indonesia’s vocational education. Photo: Li Lei/GT






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