IT Training is the acquisition of skills, knowledge and competencies as a result of the teaching of vocational or practical skills and knowledge that relate to specific useful competencies. Training has specific goals of improving one’s productivity, capacity, capability and performance.
IT Training develops skills for new technologies through hyper-personalized training, focused on the needs of those attending the training course. Our IT-Trainers capable of doing so, with great sense of humour, empathy, experience and up to date on the latest trends. They are the ones who ensure the training is a success, by adapting the training courses to the different levels and needs of the students.
Vocational skills have all the while been a part of the unorganized sector in India. Skills have been developed ad hoc on a need basis across existing and emerging domains without any structured standards and recognition through authentic certification.
The Government of India set up National Skill Development Corporation to understand the industry requirements of Job Roles and their skill sets in order to standardize and structure skilling, course content and certification across all verticals.
NSDC set up Sector Skill Councils (SSC) consisting of Industry Majors in all verticals who framed Qualification Pack – National Occupational Standards (QP-NOS) covering their respective Industry requirements at all levels applicable to all organizations.
Inception trains individuals as per the QP-NOS and the trained candidates are assessed & certified by the SSCs. This process ensures Jobs in whatever domain he/she has chosen to enter.
With a view to enhance productivity NSDC in tandem with NVEQF has been founded on a PPP model (Public Private Partnership) to skill/up-skill 500 million individuals across the country by 2022. This endeavour will directly add value to the GDP of the country and in turn reflect on the BOP leading to Global supremacy of the Indian subcontinent by eliminating the gap between campus output and industry requirement.
Some of the identified sectors for which SSCs (Sector Skill Councils) have been formed are agriculture, automotive, BFSI, capital goods, construction, electronics, gems and jewelry, health care, plumbing, IT-ITeS, leather, media, retail, rubber, security and telecom