The current education system has limited focus on training young people in employable skills that can provide them with employment opportunities. Traditionally, vocational training in India was limited to ITI’s and Polytechnics or through traditional apprenticeship model.
Today, a large section of India’s labour force has obsolete skills. With changing times and expected economic growth, more than 75% of new job opportunities are expected to be “skill-based.” To address these, we offer multiple skill development programmes keeping in view the trainee requirements and recent industry trends.
Our firm is a leading training provider and have courses to cater to youth interested in different sectors having huge potential for employment and growth. Training programmes are run according to guidelines and National Operating Standards (NOS). Some of the key sectors which are catered by UERPL are:
At UERPL, we follow a systematic and participatory approach for training and skill development. The training methodology is comprehensive which ensures learning of hard skills as well as soft skills and is a mix of theoretical and practical sessions. The practical sessions ensure smooth transition from training school to workstation.
When a trainee enrols for a program, a brief counselling session is done wherein his training needs are assessed. This helps us to understand the type of programs he is eligible in and where he can be enrolled along with primary mapping of his existing skillset.
All the training programmes are designed according to the prevailing National Operating Standards. The theoretical learning cover 60% of the training programme whereas the practical component is 40% of total learning hours. The theoretical sessions also include group activities, knowledge sharing sessions, role plays and group discussions amongst other things to actively engage the trainees.