A good opportunity for those who have finished Std 12 and interested in vocational training.
Center located in South Bangalore.
Labournet is starting a new skill development course next week.
Name of the course : Home Appliances Repair Training
Qualification: 12th Pass onwards , ITI passed or failed and any Graduate
Age: 18 Yrs- 30 Yrs
Course Fee: free
Course duration: 50 days = 200 hours
Total intake: 60 students (male/female)
Certification: Bajaj Electric and NSDC
Course will take place in the Gottigere Center, Bannerghatta
Two batches possible (morning and afternoon batch)
For more information, please contact Mr Rajakumar, Manager
25/1-4, 19th A main , 9th Cross
2nd Phase , JP Nagar
Mobile : 7204072558
We would like to introduce LabourNet as a social enterprise that creates sustainable benefits for workers in the informal sector by taking an end to end solution that is focused on plugging gaps in the eco-system. These workers constitute 93% of India’s workforce. Our aim is to reach a million workers by 2017. We work with the industry to define occupational standards for job role and define industry relevant training program.
We also assist the companies in filling their ranks with personnel with the industry relevant skills. We have four methodologies to enable this:
* Establish and run Livelihood Centers across India to empower people in rural areas / Tier 2 & 3 cities with vocational skills at the grass root level. Along with access to world class training and skilling solutions, unorganized sector workers get identity and financial inclusion by registering with these centers. The workers employed by LabourNet are also assured of insurance and social welfare and this improves their quality of life significantly.
* Consulting and Managed Services for the informal sector
* Employment and work enablement by ensuring linkages with the job market for all our stakeholders
* Enterprise skill enhancement by providing onsite training (domain specific skills, soft skills and behavioural management) to existing informal sector workers.