Thank you trainers and master trainers for making a big difference in our lives! This is the core message from all the trainees who joined us in celebrating Teacher’s Day, Trainer’s Day and Master Trainer’s Day.
We are overwhelmed with the video messages from trainers who have shared their stories of passion and grit in being a vocational trainer or a master trainer. Let’s appreciate the efforts of professionals who have embarked on a journey to create a positive impact in the lives of many youth through skill-based training.
We thank ICICI Academy of Skills, Adani Foundation, ASAP Kerala, Quest Alliance, LabourNet, Apollo MedSkills, GMR Varalakshmi Foundation, IL&FS Skills, Government Higher Secondary School for Girls Delhi, PMKK Nelamangala and Institute- New Asha Ki e-Kiran Sanstha for participating in the Teacher’s Day initiative by sharing the stories and messages.
Watch the videos: Click this YouTube link to watch the videos stories and messages from trainers and trainees.
Read the messages and stories: Click the links below to read the messages and stories:
Vocational trainers make a huge difference as they impart skills and knowledge and leave a lasting positive impact on their trainees’ lives. Vocational training is a combination of multiple skills – teaching, coaching, mentoring and counseling – depending on the course requirements and the needs of the learners.
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