Kochi: TeamLease Services, a leading staffing solutions company and Indian Institute of Job Training (IIJT) has launched its first vocational training centre in Kerala. The satellite enabled centre will offer a wide range of services from registration, assessments, counselling, training and placements. This centre can accommodate 550 candidates at any given point and is IIJT’s first company owned and managed centre in Kerala, among 120 such centres in India.
In a release, Shajan Samuel, Divisional Head, IIJT Education said, “The objective of IIJT’s venture in Kerala is to prepare the students here to be job ready and provide access to more than 1,200 corporate clients due to the lineage of its parent company, TeamLease. The centre will ensure structured entry and exit gate assessments for the candidates which will dramatically alter the chances of success for the candidates”. He also added that in the wake of the SmartCity Kochi now beginning to take shape; about 90% jobs would be in IT & ITeS and therefore all the more reason for students to get trained in Skills”.
IIJT Kochi which will offer career courses in Finance, Hardware & Networking, Cloud Computing and Infrastructure management. The centre will provide scientific Career Skills Assessment for individual candidates to determine their readiness for a job and identify their training needs to improve their employability potential. The assessments are based on the proprietary TeamLease National Employability Framework (TNEF), which has researched and documented over 15,000 Ideal Candidate Profiles (ICPs) across various industries in India.
TeamLease Services has been spearheading the Staffing revolution in India for more than seven years now. TeamLease is one of the largest private sector employers with over 65,000 employees on its rolls, in over 700 locations across the country, working for more than 1,200 clients. Started in 2006, IIJT is the fastest growing educational brand in the country. TeamLease had recently acquired a substantial majority stake in IIJT.
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