Projects

1. Skill Learning Centre

The foremost aim and mandate of Skill Enhancement and Employability’s Centre, Educational Services is to provide equal opportunities for education to all, ensuring that the students’ willingness to learn and achieve is given priority over their incapacity or prior academic record. Its principle goal is to facilitate accessibility of education to the students to pursue their career goals.
The main objective of the scheme is to develop a student as a multifaceted personality with academic excellence and a commitment to an egalitarian society. Skill capital formation in an economy encompasses initial skill development undertaken by new entrants to workforce and continuous re-skilling/up-skilling undertaken by an existing workforce while employed or during periods when they are not working.

Key Functions;

  • ● Identifying the industry employment requirement on specific skills
  • ● Matching unemployed people with specific skills and introduce them to suitable job opportunities
  • ● Identifying and helping people who are not job ready
  • ● Individual Assessment and counseling to identify skill up-gradation training and qualification require by industry
  • ● Training on appropriate skills and competence to become employable

 

2. Job Centre

Helping people who are not job ready to develop the skills and competence to become employable.

Key Functions;
  • ● Identifying the industry employment requirement on specific skills
  • ● Matching unemployed people with specific skills and introduce them to suitable job opportunities
  • ● Identifying and helping people who are not job ready
  • ● Individual Assessment and counseling to identify skill up-gradation training and qualification require by industry
  • ● Training on appropriate skills and competence to become employable

 

3. Vocational education and work placement for SCHOOL LEAVERS

The purpose is to facilitate school-workplace transition for those young people who have just completed secondary compulsory education without a diploma and who have left the school system at age 16.

As part of scheme within the thematic area “Academic Success and Access to Employment”, the Scheme facilitates mechanisms which favour job placement for these youth, through a personalized assessment & counselling program with multiple phases.

The program aims at taking care of a significant number of young people who leave secondary education every year without a diploma by encouraging them to take professional training and use available resources for aiding their entry into the workforce. The program gives assistance and guidance to young people each year by helping them with training and employment resources.

Key Functions;
  • INFORMATION – Once the interested youth arrives at one of the district information points in the city, he/she is required to give personal information and a first meeting is settled to begin to draw up a joint work plan.
  • ORIENTATION – During this first individual interview a job diagnosis is made for each participant in the plan. In this phase, the service evaluates the ex-student’s expectations, the possibilities of fulfilling them, and the program best suited to help him/her achieve them.
  • TRAINING – The Plan presents a large selection of training resources to help the young person aim for the future. Depending on the profile of the participants, they are streamed towards a particular employment resource. The program designed to provide young people with personal and professional resources so that that they can find a job and/or continue their training) and others. The young person can also take part in practice placement in a company, institution or organization.
  • INSERTION – After job training and work place entry, the plan has a monitoring mechanism and tutorial systems for each individual case in order to guarantee that the resources are being used adequately and that the action is a success (up to six months to support the job-finding process, minimum age require to join the work placement is 18 years).

 

4. Data Management Centre

The Skill Enhancement & Employability Centre conceptualizes the Data Management Centre of Individual school leavers without the suitable qualification. The resources arising from the coordination of various Vocational Institutions, Industrial Associations, Social Welfare bodies, Youth Council, the Occupational and Professional Training Board and the Government labour agencies.

Key Functions;
  • ● It provides valuable help for employers to recruit and develop a skilled workforce
  • ● Maintaining the data of early school leavers for various Governmental agencies
  • ● Identifying the need of skill education and plan accordingly