Skill Training Programs by RCED and TMF

Skill Training Programs by RCED and TMF CHANDIGARH–Regional Centre for Entrepreneurship Development (RCED) in
collaboration with Tech MahindrFoundation initiated broadly three  online Skill Training Programs for the youth. Amid the Lockdown, these programs served the mission to transform lives through learning and to help minimize the impact of the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak on
students.
The free of cost training was provided in Air-conditioning and refrigeration repair, Office administration, Tally and Entrepreneurship Development to provide livelihood support to help curb the public with the effects of COVID19 especially youth.  30
students underwent training in Air-conditioning and refrigeration repair, 41 in Office administration and Tally ERP9 and 42 under Entrepreneurship Development. Apart from this trade, the participants
were given additional inputs on Basic Computers, Spoken English and Personality development. All the students are acquainted with job opportunities post-training.
Paramjit Singh, Director RCED shares his concern about the pressing need for economic measures to stabilize and stimulate the economy and protect people’s jobs and livelihoods. Such training
would provide a sigh of relief to the youth of our nation. The future of the nation lies in the hands of our youth and they must not face any difficulties when it comes to building their own career. We
invite Youth, to come forward, take benefits of these free of cost training and we promise them to help in getting wage employment or self-employment.
Paramjit Singh further adds that we are starting with more programs in BPO trade. Anybody from anywhere can join this training. More programs are being started in Kinnaur and Shimla District under
NSDC and SJVN Foundation. Another program in Khari, District Banihal, J&K is also being started. More information about the programs can be taken from our website. Youth can also register themselves onhttps://rcedindia.com/. for undertaking our training.
The training are provided to make the candidate financially independent through self-employment or wage employment. Not only the unemployed youth but the worst-case scenario is for employees who
don’t have a regular salary. For them, the virus outbreak has meant a loss of livelihood which can be recovered by upskilling their traits and talent through this training. These programs also served as a
healing procedure in the fight against depression, commonly witnessed
during this tough time.

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