China: Yuexin Shipbuilding Welcomes 38 Undergraduates

Recently, 38 intern students arrived at Yuexin Shipbuilding and were distributed to different departments according to their majors, English level and personality. Each intern was arranged with one instructor with rich management experience and professional knowledge to guide them, developing his or her potential under an adequate training system.

A welcome meeting was held between the intern students and their instructors, letting them know each other. The intern students were given a safety training and explanation of employee regulations. After the training, they took a visit to the workshops, dry docks, floating docks and sub-module factory.

The intern period is from 1st, March to 30th, June, after which they can sign labor contract with Yuexin to be real Yuexinees if they pass the comprehensive assessment. A good platform is provided by Yuexin for those who needs to develop his own potential, and the shipbuilder hopes that the intern students will be able to put what they have learned into the practice.

Source: yuexinship, April 25, 2012

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