Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) has been playing an important role in improving the employability of the youth by developing their knowledge and skills for many job roles. To drive skilling and job-oriented training, GKN Aerospace India, a global first tier supplier of complex wing and fuselage structures and engine components, has entered into a partnership with P3 Academy of the P 3 Group and Aerospace and Aviation Sector Skill Council (AASSC) to embark on skill-based training as a part of their CSR initiatives. The MoU was signed on 19th April 2018 in presence of Sharath Keremene (P3 Academy), Anurag Sharma (P3 Academy), D Peter Immanuel (CEO AAASSC), David Orth (GM, GKN Aerospace India), Prarthana U (GKN Aerospace India) and Cedric D’Souza (GKN Aerospace India).
Speaking on the occasion David Orth, GKN Aerospace India said, ‘It is a privilege for GKN Aerospace India to be associated with Aerospace and Aviation Sector Skill Council and P3 Group and continue its proud history of supporting communities through its Corporate Social Responsibility Initiatives.”
Prarthana U., GKN Aerospace India thanked Peter Immanuel, the Chief Executive Officer of Aerospace and Aviation Sector Skill Council and the P3 Group for collaborating with GKN Aerospace India towards their Corporate Social Responsibility.
As per the signed MoU, GKN Aerospace India will contribute to the project on Skill Training for Youth through P3 Academy of the P3 Group under the complete oversight of Aerospace and Aviation Sector Skill Council as a part of its CSR commitment. P3 Academy will implement the project through activities such as mobilization of candidates, rolling out of training program and placement of trained candidates.
Talking during the event, Anurag Sharma of the P3 Group said that they look forward to the partnership with GKN Aerospace India to support skill training of youth and this is a great initiative between two like-minded Aerospace companies that others can emulate.
Peter Immanuel, CEO of Aerospace and Aviation Sector Skill Council said, ‘It is a proud day for us to see two aerospace companies joining hands through CSR for the benefit of youth of this country. This is just the start of many big things for the two companies and we are honored to be affiliated with them.’