As the Computer Hardware Society was established recently it doesn't have a history of its own. But it has a steady background. It is backed-up by a recognized organization called a Vocational Training Centre – Dehiwala which is affiliated to the National Youth Service Council. As briefly introduced in the introduction society is composed of the passed out students of the Diploma in Computer Hardware with Network which is conducted by the Vocational Training Centre – Dehiwala.
Vocational Training Centre was established in 1984 with the mission of providing Vocational Training & guidance to the youth in Sri Lanka leading them towards successful career & fruitful future, free from stress & frustration in order to create employment opportunities through vocational training for local and foreign job market and promote self-employment opportunities for unemployed youth by the National Youth Service Council currently regulate under Ministry of Sports & Youth Affairs.
Diploma in Computer Hardware with Network is conducted by the Vocational Training Centre was commenced with the intension of making Hardware Technicians with a versatile knowledge in Computer Hardware field.
Field of Hardware Technology is updating every second. The primary objective of the society was to update the knowledge of the passed students accordingly. In order to achieve this objective regular workshops are conducted with the participation of former students.
Secondly Society established a work station of its own which is funded by the society and with participation of unemployed passed students. Equipment were supplied by the Vocational Training Centre. This was to cater the customers outside. 50% of the earning of the jobs was credited to the fund of the Society and the remainder was given to students concerned as they are not paid any remuneration.
Society intends to spread its activity establishing work station in rural areas with the participation of passed students of those areas and would be funded by the society. Here also 50% of the earning of the jobs will be credited to the Society and the remainder will be given to the students.
Members of the society who are passed students will have opportunities to undergo trainings at reputed Computer Companies in Sri Lanka.