Introduction

TWI and the Lloyd's Register Foundation (LRF), a leading UK-based charity which supports activities relating to the safety of life and property across the globe, have launched an international vocational training initiative to upskill people in South and East Asia countries with a dedicated focus on improving safety standards in the workplace.

TWI and LRF have a successful long-running relationship. The South East Asia Skills Enhancement Programme (SEASEP) is a new and exciting opportunity to deliver a programme with international impact, to tackle in-country skills shortages and reduce occupational fatalities by bringing engineering-related skills and education to disadvantaged and under-represented groups.

Who is the scheme aimed at?

The training is aimed at those who are either seeking employment through upskilling or looking to further their career in current employment. Female candidates are strongly encouraged to apply to the scheme.

Financial assistance is available to Indian nationals wishing to pursue a career in Welding, Non-Destructive Testing (NDT), Occupational Health and Safety (HSE), Plant Inspection or Blasting and Painting.

Mrs Ruby Nishad Sam embraces NDT as her career

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How will it help my career?

TWI training is internationally recognized by certification award bodies including CSWIP…

All TWI training courses provide career progression paths so, by adding extra levels of expertise through certification, you can improve your job opportunities and career prospects.

Upskilling Indian Young Engineers

It is important to keep the next generation engaged, focused and inspired about engineering and industry.

Check the TWI India YouTube playlist for candidates’ testimonies.

Upskilling young Indian Engineers

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Am I eligible?

Both new and experienced candidates are eligible for the programme. Bursaries and subsidies are available for the right candidate matching the eligibility requirements.

Financial assistance?

SEASEP offers partial scholarships/bursaries towards the cost of training and examination.

Any remaining course fees should be paid by you, your employer, government schemes (e.g. apprenticeships) or other national/international charities.

Course availability?

There are limited spaces available for courses in this programme. For more information about the programme or to enquire about applying for a discount and reserve a place, please contact us.


How do I apply?

Please fill in both forms below and email them to us

TWI enrolment form
LRF bursary application form

If you need more information or any help, please contact enquiries@twiindia.com or call Tel: +91 44-43189691-4.