Skill training philosophy & learning methodology

Three phases of learning – our training methodology

PHASE I: TRADITIONAL LEARNING

1

TEACH ME

Traditional learning methods of building a function for the course which involve development of trade spacific knowledge, literacy, numeracy & technical skills.

2

SHOW ME

Learning through pratical demonastion in workshop or work environment where trainees will observe tasks and procedures being completed, making notes along the way and understand SOPs.

PHASE II: APPLIED LEARNING

3

LET ME PRACTICE

As the saying goes… pratice makes perfect! Industry specition machines & production environment for hands on learning and working on the pratical elements of doing the job.

PHASE III: ACTION LEARNING

4

ASSESS ME & TELL ME HOW I AM DOING

Assement is a continues process with daily assesment of pratical learning on dimensions of accuracy, process & time taken.

5

LET ME SHOW YOU WHAT I CAN DO

Traines turn to demonstrate learning and independently pratice the learning from doing jobs & pratical while producing a good or service of social-economic value in a live production environment.

6

RECOGNIZE ME

Skill championship to build competative spirit and recognize the high performers of each batch, Independent IIIrd party assesment through sector skill councils or NCVT for final certification of a new “professional”.

Six Dimensions of Skills

6

Enterpreneurial Skills:

Encouraging students to gain hands on experience & through live production & incubating them to become nano/mini/micro enterpreneurs.

5

Life Skills:

Abilities for adaptive and positive behavior that enable individuals to deal effectively with the demands and challenges of work life & employement like IT literacy, financial planning for self and family, health, hygiene & sanitation.

4

Professional skills

The key behaviors, actions and thinking processes necessary to build a successful carrer like values, ethics, integrity, teamwork, communication, planning, time management & leadership etc.

1

Numeracy Skills:

Ability to use mathematical understanding and skills to solve problems and meet the demands of the job e.g. workshop measurment, calculation & basic arithmetic.

2

Literacy Skills:

Capacity to read, understand and appreciate various forms of commucation including spoken language, printed text and digital media required for the industry & trade.

3

Technical domain skills

Trade specific technical or core knowledge & pratical skills required for expertise in a trade.

End State: Career pathing through lifelong learning

  • 10th Pass youth mobilized from rural areas Foundation Course as per curriculum followed by on the job training opportunity with industry partner
  • Alternate pathway for 10th Fail through NIOS

Work Integrated Learning

Through a combination of:

  • Contact Classes @ training room in factory or near the hostel
  • e-learning/self learning through content developed by Gram Tarang
  • Practical- job work in workshop or nearby ITI identified by Gram Tarang
  • Assignments, Presentations
  • On the job training & job appraisal

Assessments & Certification conducted by

  • DGT for ITI level (Level 3 & Level 4)
  • Centurion University for Diploma/Advanced Diploma & B.Voc. as per UGC guidelines under DDU Kaushal Kendra scheme