Don Bosco Technical School
The Technical Schools of DBFC are intended to provide Cambodian young people from poverty with a technical skill in a way that they can increase their opportunities to have a more honorable job. In this way, young people will increase the standards of life of their own family. Young people apply to the Don Bosco Technical School every year to follow a two years intensive training in different sections. In an interview, the board of the school evaluate the social condition of the candidate. Unfortunately, there is a limit in the number of students the Technical Schools can receive due to the charitable character of Don Bosco.
Sponsors are invited to support the Technical Schools so they can continue their mission in training Cambodian young people.
There are six technical schools for teenagers between 16 and 22 years old, male and female, who have concluded at least 8th grade. The following is the list of technical skills provided by Don Bosco schools in Phnom Penh, Sihanoukville, Kep, Battambang and Poipet:
=>> Information Technology and Language Social =>> Communication (Web Design & Audiovisual)
=>> Secretarial and Office Administration
=>> Tailoring Hospitality (Culinary, =>> Housekeeping, Front Office and Food & Beverage)
=>> Social Communication
The technical formation include English and basic computer class.