To impart knowledge, skills and attitudes in trainees using modern technology and research in keeping with changes for employment in the local and global market.
To be a model of Centre of excellence in technical vocational education and training (TVET) for national development.
To improve the quality of TVET trainees.
To deliver advanced training to the technical trainees.
To undertake action to improve the skills of the trainers as the Technological Development.
To provide/Employment to the trainees at home & aboard as their skills.
To perform to the Technical and socio-economic Development of the country.
Bangladesh-German Technical Training Center has been established in 1965 on 6.48 acres of land in collaboration with the Government of Germany. So it is named as Bangladesh-German Technical Training Centre. Our social and economic fabric is becoming more and more complex and technology dependent. A worker’s skill must be perfected to a high level of proficiency. In the world of work today, a worker’s Productivity derives as much as from team work, punctuality, discipline, safety consciousness as well as from his high standard of skill.Thus qualitative changes in the character of the work-force mainly depend on the nature and quality of the training.
Bureau of manpower, Employment and Training (BMET) under the ministry of Expatriates welfare and Overseas Employment is playing very important roll in the development of human resources by providing training to untrained persons for improvement of their skills.
Bangladesh-German Technical Training Center has been established for the training of craftsman, unskilled and skilled workers in a planned and scientific manner to the requirement of the country and aboard. This training Centre has adequate workshops, big floor space, equipped with modern machines and equipment (that time), science lab and computer lab. The instructional staff are highly experienced in there field of expertise and more than 80% of them are trained at home & aboard.