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Chevron and Ceylon German Tech partner for the 17th consecutive year


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Chevron Lubricants Lanka PLC, the leader in the Sri Lankan lubricant market, recently commenced a training program for the 17th consecutive year, on lubricant technology for the final year students of Ceylon-German Technical Training Institute (CGTTI) in Ratmalana. 

This year the training program was inaugurated on 7 September at the CGTTI auditorium in Ratmalana with the participation of about 280 students, senior representatives of CGTTI and Chevron Lubricants Lanka PLC. 

This training program is conducted to equip the future generation of automobile engineers with the latest and the most advanced knowledge on automotive lubrication technology. The program is specially designed to enhance CGTTI student’s knowledge with a more practical and insightful understanding of the lubricant technology and industry dynamics to meet the knowledge demands of local and global employers.

The program is structured to cover 10 modules in seven weeks by a panel of lubricant technology experts from Chevron. This training program covers the subjects of Lubrication Fundamentals and Formulations, Petrol Engine Oils, Diesel Engine Oils, Gear Oil and Auto Transmission Fluids, Hydraulic Systems and Hydraulic Oils, Lubricant Storage and Handling Practices and Health, Safety, Environment aspects of lubrication.

At the end of this training program the students will sit for a written examination enabling them to receive special recognition for the knowledge gained from this technical knowledge training program on Lubricant technology.

Chevron Lubricants Lanka PLC has been at the forefront in uplifting the industry standards through empowering and developing the skills of the future workforce through training programs conducted not only for the students of CGTTI, but for students at Sri Lanka-German Training Institute (SLGTI) in Kilinochchi. Chevron Sri Lanka also conducted 18 ‘Caltex Knowledge Sharing Sessions’ recently on lubricants, lubrication technology and application for its  main channel partners islandwide.

Chevron as a socially responsible organisation reiterating its global vision ‘to be the global energy company most admired for its people, partnerships and performance’, wishes to continue its efforts towards the nation’s growth.


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