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Our skill development programmes aim to build the capacity of unemployed youth by providing vocational training in automotive and other industrial trades.

OVERVIEW

Our skill development programmes aim to build the capacity of unemployed youth by providing vocational training in automotive and other industrial trades. We also help farmers and women augment their income through our agriculture and allied initiatives. Broadly our skill development program can be clubbed as –

Training of youthin automotive trades such as drivers and mechanics

Training youthin marketable vocational skills such as electrician, nursing assistant, etc.

Capacity building of community based groups in Agriculture and Allied Industries

The story in numbers

Training youth in
Automotive Trades

10300

Refreshing Skills of
Commercial Vehicle Drivers

56800

Training youth in
marketable vocational trades

3200

Capacity Building of
Farmers / Women in
Agriculture and Allied Industries

2800

To enhance training quality, we have developed standardized course content for automotive trades – mechanics and driver training, partnered with reputed NGOs having previous experience of running skill development program, build capacity of partners through train-the-trainer and management development programs and provide practical exposure to students through on-the-job trainings and industry visits.

LEAP PROGRAM

Engaging Eco-System to train youth as Mechanic Motor Vehicle

Leap is a one-year training programme to train youth as mechanics. During this programme, students not only undergo classroom training but they also get practical hands-on experience of working in Tata Motors’ authorised dealer workshops. These students are paid a stipend which is sufficient to cover training expenditure.

PROFESSIONAL DRIVER
TRAINING PROGRAM

Driving as profession, presents an excellent opportunity for the unemployed youth with relatively lower educational qualification. We have taken a unique approach towards professional drivers training by forging multi-stakeholder partnerships with NGOs, reputed driving schools and our dealers. We have also developed strong government linkages particularly for training fees subsidy of the candidates.

TRAINING IN
MARKETABLE VOCATIONAL TRADES

Further to meet aspirations of youth, we also provide training to them in marketable vocational skills leading to wage employment. We have partnered with reputed NGOs to train youth as per national occupation standards. We also engaged industry leader to provide on-the-job training to youth during training.

SKILL DEVELOPMENT IN
AGRICULTURE AND ALLIED TRADES

We work with community based groups of farmers and women who are mainly engaged in agriculture. Through these interventions, we focus on training them on improved agricultural practices such as rice intensification methodology (SRI), intercropping, etc. Moreover, we also train them various allied skills such as backyard poultry, dairy which helps in reducing their vulnerability and also provides them additional source of income.