[heading header_type=”h3″ header_align=”justify”]VOCATIONAL TRAINING PROGRAMME[/heading]

PROMOTING DIGNITY THROUGH SKILLING

Our methodology is participatory, interactive and inclusive with confidence building at its core.

All of our programmes include components of spoken English, life skills including conflict resolution, being assertive, anger management & sexuality awareness, industry exposure and preparation for the world of work as well as basic ICT.

Vocational Training Programs are aligned with market needs, equipping trainees with specific skills for the organized sector. The following programs are delivered using an experiential methodology: 

  • Confidence in Accounts, Taxation and Tally
  • Customer Service and Work Culture
  • Confidence in Computers and Customer Service

ALL OF THE ABOVE INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING COMMON MODULES:

SPOKEN ENGLISH

Spoken English sessions are about developing fluency, but also about not being intimidated by the English language. Much more than a language, speaking English is a skill that gives access to a world of knowledge via the internet, and is crucial to being employable in a globalised world.

BASIC COMPUTERS & INTERNET USAGE

Our Computer & Internet sessions are tailor-made to cater to first-time computer users, many of whom also do not own a phone. In addition to typing, and learning the basics of Word, Excel & PowerPoint, our curriculum emphasises, development of research and Internet usage skills. This includes learning to use google maps, finding information and navigating verbose content on company websites.

SOCIAL CONFIDENCE/EXPOSURE VISITS

With their homes being located on the periphery of the city, many trainees, particularly girls & women, rarely venture out beyond the boundaries of their colonies unaccompanied.

Social Confidence visits are about becoming familiar with spaces, like malls, retail stores and markets and interacting with people. They are also about observing various forms of transport and becoming comfortable about navigating the city.