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“Had I not participated in this vocational training course, I would not have the skills I have now. I think my life would be much more difficult, particularly when I get older. ” says Vin Sokmi, a 25-year-old motorbike mechanic.

Sokmi is sitting in front of his garage and talking about his journey to his current occupation.

Working in a small motorbike repairing shop owner in a village of Pal Hal Commune, Preah Vihear Province, Sokmi is is one of the successful graduates of a vocational training programme supported by the Skills Development Progamme (SDP). He fully attributes his know-how to the course he participated in.

Living with five other siblings, Sokmi was able to complete his primary education only up to grade 4. The income from​​ agriculture was not enough to cover the daily expenses of his family. He found the training course in motorcycle repairing and decided that having vocational skills would help him to contribute to the family income.

“I stayed in the training course at the center for 7 months. I gained not only technical and operational knowledge but also improved my attitude and confidence to greet customers, to develop strategies to develop a business model, and more”.

Sokmi is concentrating on assembling the spare part of his customer’s motorbike.

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