Government

One of the key strengths of LabourNet is program implementation and strong industry connect that links skilling with employment. Projects like PMKVY and state level skill development schemes require adept execution as per government norms. This requires the ability to penetrate remote geographies, have access to facilities and manpower and scale up without dilution of quality. LabourNet partners with government organizations and MSDE and SSCs for successful implementation of national level schemes in skill development.

Some of the project that LabourNet is associated with includes:

  • Outcome based pan India implementation of multi-trade projects under central and state government schemes in skilling such as the Prime Minister’s Kausal Vikas Yojana(PMKVY) through which we have skilled more than 60000 students.
  • Large scale, sector-agnostic and customised Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) projects with bridge program for up-skilling and aligning with the mainstream. We are actively partnering with clients in more than 10 sectors such as Myntra, Fullerton and Raymond to enable certification for their employees.
  • Plan and implement the setting up of Model training centers: Under the Prime Minister’s Kaushal Kendra (PMKK) scheme, we are working with other private partners to establish model centers of trainings that would establish themselves as centers of excellence in skilling.
  • International Migration Centers: Under the Skill India mission, The Government launched the setting –up of model centers that would cater to the Skill deficit internationally. The students from such centers would study at world class facilities through a curriculum that equipped them with the technical as well as behavioural skills needed to succeed I international careers. LabourNet was one of the earliest training partners to be associated with such a center and runs one in Gorakhpur, U.P.
  • NSDC outsourced skilling interventions in different locations and trades.
  • Research and development of Qualification Packs (QPs) for various Sector Skill Councils
  • LabourNet is the pioneer partner of the Board of Construction Workers (BoCW) having provided training to more than 45000 workers in Odisha. Today this training is given to construction workers in 6 states including Bihar, Chhatisgarh, Jharkhand, Maharashtra and MP. The beauty of this scheme is that masons are trained on-site throughout all districts on various types of constructions including small, rural structures. Productivity is actively tracked and the workers’ informal learning is formalised through certification.
  • Other projects include ASAP (Kerala), TNSDM (Tamil Nadu Skill Development mission), UPSDM, NULM etc.

 

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