Posted by: heatsschoolofweldingtechnology | March 22, 2010

A Successful 1st Anniversary Story

On March 22, 2010, Heats School of Welding Technology Inc. celebrates its 1st anniversary. For a year since its foundation, Heats has generated an impressive reputation in Welding Training of which our relatively young graduates can be proud.

Heats Administrator estimated the attendance to be almost a hundred  composed of Heats Alumni, teachers, village officials, friends and others.

In the initial year, the HSWTI leadership focused its efforts on building the structure of the school, developing its vision and missions, recruiting the appropriate staff, and establishing the Heats Campus which is now located in Romulo Highway, Carangian, Tarlac City. Heats is now looking for a bigger area to accommodate the planned additional courses.

In its first year alone, more than 60% of Heats graduates are now working either locally or overseas, and this statistic is a very good start for Heats. It also engaged talks to different entities for alliances and partnership and few of them are the talks between Heats’ President and TWI South East Asia’s Regional Manager for the offering of CSWIP-WQT in Heats campus, and the other is the plan to open a branch in Cagayan De Oro or Manila. The Cagayan De Oro branch is now in the negotiating table and Heats Management is very optimistic that it can start in late 2010 or 2011. Manpower Agencies are also visiting Heats’ Campus looking a welder applicants. Heats Management will be more aggressive in engaging talks to other entities for the betterment of the institution.

The Heats’ story would not have been one of achievement and growth without its leadership and its dedicated staff.

Happy anniversary HEATS!!!

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