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LG electronics announced that, LG Hope Technical and Vocational Education and Training College will begin operation in November this year.
Home and office equipment servicing, electronic communication and multimedia equipment servicing, and information communication technology are the subjects the colleges will give to its students. The college will also be supported by the Korean International Cooperation Agency and World Together NGO.
The three departments will have 25 trainers each and it will take three years to accomplish the training. Ten percent of the quota will be given to the Korean War Veteran decedents and low income groups for free of charge.
Executive VP of LG Kim Young said that the opening of the college will help the country by providing well trained personnel for the industry.
He also added, “the plan is to make the college one of the best academic and training centers of technology transfer and innovation.’’
The 12,000 sqm school is be located around the area commonly known as Summit and is expected to be completed in September.
In related news LG signed an MOU with the Foundation for Global Compact to strengthen its commitment to development challenges such as poverty, environmental degradation, and peace.
Kim said at the signing ceremony that “LG is committed to sharing its corporate social responsibility experience with the international community, and  encouraging other businesses to enhance their commitment to the UN Global Compact to tackle challenges to development through sustainable action.
LG is a global business enterprise with a 67 year history. It has played a significant role in the inception and development of Korea’s chemical and electronic industries. It has 200 offices around the world with 213,000 employees