Employability Skills

Composite image of male mechanic writing on clipboardTechnical skills refer to a person’s skillset and the ability to perform a certain type of activity or task. Soft skills are a person’s ability to interact effectively with co-workers and customers. Technical skills comprise the occupational requirement of a job and are mainly applicable at the workplace, while soft skills are broadly applicable both in and outside the workplace. Soft skills complement technical skills. They also complement many other activities that are outside the sphere of the workplace. Presently, in addition to standard qualification, soft skills are increasingly being sought after by employers. There are professions where soft skills prove to be more important than core occupational skills in the long term. Soft skills refer to a number of features such as etiquette, personal finance management, and communication that allow for personal and professional growth in employees. Studies suggest that soft skills are as important as hard skills in indicating job performance.
Our employability skills curriculum offers:
– English Literacy
– IT Literacy
– Communication Skills
– Entrepreneurship Skills

 
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Module 1 English Literacy
Unit 1 Pronunciation Basics
Unit 2 Phonetic Features
Unit 3 Constructing Sentences
Unit 4 Basic Grammar
Unit 5 Greetings and Introductions
Unit 6 Talking about Yourself
Unit 7 Asking Questions
Unit 8 Talking on the Phone
Unit 9 Leaving and Taking Phone Messages
Unit 10 Roleplay and Group Discussions
Unit 11 Looking for a Job
Unit 12 Writing a Covering Letter
Unit 13 Writing a Resume
Unit 14 Describing an Office
Unit 15 Workplace Rules and Guidelines
Unit 16 Talking about Your Job
Unit 17 Project and Activities
Module 2 IT Literacy
Unit 1 Basic Parts of a Computer
Unit 2 Working of Computers
Unit 3 Windows Operating Systems
Unit 4 Managing Files
Unit 5 Getting Started with Word
Unit 6 Understanding the Interface
Unit 7 Saving, Printing and Closing Documents
Unit 8 Formatting Text
Unit 9 Inserting Pictures, Shapes and Tables
Unit 10 Getting Started with Excel
Unit 11 Working with Excel
Unit 12 Modifying Rows and Columns in Excel
Unit 13 Working with Formulae and Functions in Excel
Unit 14 Computer Network and the Internet
Unit 15 Web Browsing
Unit 16 Social Networking and Email
Unit 17 Cyber Security and IT Act
Unit 18 Project and Activities
Module 3 Communication Skills
Unit 1 Introduction to Communication
Unit 2 Workplace Communication
Unit 3 Verbal Communication
Unit 4 Non-Verbal Communication
Unit 5 Active Listening
Unit 6 Self-Awareness
Unit 7 Goal Setting
Unit 8 Self Motivation
Unit 9 Values Integrity
Unit 10 Values Discipline
Unit 11 Interview Skills
Unit 12 Problem Solving
Unit 13 Self Confidence
Unit 14 Positive Attitude
Unit 15 Project and Activities
Module 4 Entrepreneurship Skills
Unit 1 Thinking Creatively
Unit 2 Starting your own business
Unit 3 Business Models and Value Proposition
Unit 4 Creating a Business Plan
Unit 5 Process of Setting up a Business Plan
Unit 6 Finding Customers - Sales and Marketing
Unit 7 Micro, Small and Medium  Enterprises
Unit 8 SWOT and Risk Analysis
Unit 9 E-Commerce
Unit 10 Financial Literacy
Unit 11 Finding money - Project
Unit 12 Schemes of Self-Employment – Project
Unit 13 Project and Activities