We are creating a more employable workforce

We work in collaboration with the government, NGOs and social enterprises to design and run a number of employability training programmes in vocational skills that are relevant to our businesses. Some of these include beauty and hair care, sales, technical training and rural entrepreneurship. The focus of these programmes is to improve the earning potential of our graduates, through skill building and empowerment. We also help facilitate self-employment or job placements. We have designed our programmes for sustainability and scale, and place great importance on the impact we create. Our technological infrastructure tracks our progress, performance, impact, and helps us drive costs down over time.

Our Footprint

We deliver skill training programmes across India in the areas of beauty and hair care, sales, rural entrepreneurship, construction, blue collar trade, technical training, agriculture and animal husbandry.

We partner with non-profits across India that work in the areas of skills development and vocational training. Our partners help provide training and create market linkages that connect our trainees to job prospects.

Our training programme focuses on skill building, entrepreneurship development and employability readiness. Our centres provide classroom space and in-house training equipment, with support for audio-visual learning aids.

Our Progress

Training programme
Number of trainees
  • Beauty and hair care
    117,116
  • Lifeskills
    61,000
  • Hair and beauty training in Kenya
    2,639
  • Rural retail entrepreneurship
    500
  • Construction and blue collar trades
    29,518
  • Animal husbandry
    22,141
  • Agriculture training
    8,143
  • Agriculture training for students
    7,699
  • Sales and distribution
    87,947
  • Technical training (ITI)
    800
  • Sales and services
    56,248
  • Construction
    10,993
  • Manufacturing
    17,918
  • Interior
    10,958
  • Total
    433,620

*Number of trainees as on December, 2019

*Number of trainees as on December, 2019

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