For many employers and recruitment agencies the world over, the main issue that they are faced with is the fact that good workers are hard to find, while skilled workers are even harder to find.
Through the years however, Sri Lanka has been able to build a strong reputation of being a prime source of trainable, reliable, loyal and cost effective manpower to a number of industries. The liberalisation of trade along with the open economic policies pursued by Sri Lanka’s government has greatly encouraged our youth to learn and develop industrial skills. The close monitoring of industrial trends and the usage of modern technology and training methods have ensured that Sri Lankan workers are well-equipped to face any challenge that may come their way. These training programmes also help prospective migrant workers to develop positive work attitudes and behavioural patterns. In addition, trainees are apprenticed to work with large industries in order to gain on the job experience and to master the high standards needed for placement in foreign countries.
The available manpower from Sri Lanka covers a wide spectrum of skills and disciplines that include Engineers, Accountants, Architects, Doctors, Teachers, Lawyers, Bankers, Hotel / Restaurant personnel, Receptionists, Nurses, Paramedics, Computer Operators, Programmers and System Analysts.
Other grades include Machine Operators, Factory Workers, Welders, Fitters, Motor Mechanics, Heavy-Duty Vehicle Drivers, Dockyard Workers, Telecommunication Technicians, Seamen, Labourers and Domestic Workers.