Skilling and Apprenticeship workshops in Guwahati, Hyderabad, Mumbai, Chennai, Bengaluru, and Delhi, an initiative by the Construction Skill Development Council of India (CSDCI), are scheduled from the last week of February and will continue till mid of April.
It is a great opportunity for skilling enthusiasts from Real Estate, Infrastructure, Contractors, and Construction Allied; HR leaders to take up learning and development, innovation, and apprenticeship programs.
Register here to attend the workshop. Here’s your chance to collaborate with CSDCI to get a competitive edge; and capacity building and contribute to building the right ecosystem for the construction industry.
CSDCI aims to build a platform that bridges the concerns of various organizations across the construction industry. Through a collaborative approach, CSDCI wants to encourage collective action around the construction workforce development at the intended scale and speed.
Interactive opportunities at the workshop in each city
(Date and venue for each city will be announced)
- Collaborating Opportunities with the Construction Skill Development Council of India (CSDCI)
- Key Features & Components of Apprenticeship
- Interactions & Clarifications
- Research Consultations
The construction industry contributes 9% of India’s GDP employing around 74 million people across rural and urban areas making it the second largest employer. From 2023 to 2026, the Indian construction industry is expected to increase by an average of 6.2% per year, aided by a robust pipeline of infrastructure projects in numerous industries.
However, worker shortfalls and inadequate access to skills are posing financial and operational challenges for the Industry. Mismatched skill sets and a lack of work possibilities globally continue to be major obstacles. Additionally, individuals of all ages find themselves in need of retraining or upskilling due to the quick changes in the needs of the labour market.
Narendra Deshpande, CEO, CSDCI says “One of the core objectives of every organization in the construction industry should be ensuring knowledge and skills across the hierarchy; not forgetting the construction workers performing in the ground.”
He further adds, “‘Rightly Qualified Construction Workforce’ via Skill Development or Apprenticeship or based on a robust framework can contribute to lowering unemployment rates, reducing skill gaps resulting into enhanced productivity and competitiveness of enterprises.”
The workshop by CSDCI will contribute to building the right ecosystem for the construction industry while creating awareness about accepting and adopting apprenticeships as proven strategy for ‘Capacity Building’. Ensure to block your date and click here for registration.
For more information please write to email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org Or contact CSDCI team at 0124 – 4513915 – 18; Ext 61, 62 & 63.
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