Kerala which is witnessing an infrastructure facilities development boom, is also facing an acute shortage of skilled professionals. The skill gap is quite obvious in all levels of the construction industry with an enormous employment potential. The institute, a unique endeavour with Public Private Partnership, aims at honing the skills of students who pass out of the engineering colleges, Politechnics and ITIs to meet the emerging challenges of the industry. It proposes to offer an array of courses, blending tradition and modernity.
Construction Industry is being identified as the first and foremost field of importance in the industrial scenario of the state of Kerala, which faces acute shortage o
Kerala has the unique distinction of making remarkable strides in health and education sectors. The nurses of Kerala have already cast an indelible imprint in the health sector all over the world with their adept and selfless service. Still, a majority of them are unaware of the overseas placement procedures. There is an urgent need for whetting their soft skills and making them more suitable for the job market abroad. It was in this context that KASE has taken the lead for setting up the academy with public-private partnership for the training and placement of nurses in the country. Interested parties having exposure and experience in training and placement in the health sector can join hands.
Security Skill Academy
The security services sector is fast growing within the country and abroad. KASE has decided to tap the potential to carve out a trained workforce to meet the growing demand in the domestic and international markets. It has been proposed to create a centre of excellence on a hub and spoke model across the State and identify skill gaps at each level and tailor courses, develop training programmes and training manuals too. This institute of international standards will offer short and long term security courses. Accreditation, certification and adherence to national occupation standards and efficient placement will be the hall-mark of the venture.
India is having the highest working age group populat
Government of Kerala has taken a revolutionary step by converting Employment Exchanges into Employability Centres. The pilot project was launched in Kollam, Ernakulam and Kozhikode districts. Deviating from the convention of providing opportunities to job-seekers, the employability centres will review the skills and aptitude of applicants and form a database of employable workforce. This talent pool will be left at the disposal of Government and private employers.
On registering with the centre, candidates will be called for an aptitude assessment and based on their potential will be referred for the available opportunities or for further skill enhancement sessions.