Serving up a successful apprenticeship program in hospitality

The Taj Mahal Palace in South Mumbai is an...

Apprenticeships getting fit for the Beauty & Wellness sector

Welcome back to our blog series According to a...

Need for Awareness to Build the Apprenticeship Brand

National Bulk Handling Corporation (NBHC) is...

Serving up a successful apprenticeship program in hospitality

The Taj Mahal Palace in South Mumbai is an iconic hotel with an illustrious history in refined hospitality going back over a century. Our human resource forms the backbone of how and what we do and are renowned for their world-class hospitality skills. The Taj Mahal...

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Apprenticeships getting fit for the Beauty & Wellness sector

Welcome back to our blog series According to a CII report “India Services Sector: A Multi-Trillion Dollar Opportunity for Global Symbiotic Growth” (2017), the Indian service sector is the fastest growing service sector in the world contributing more than 60% to the...

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Need for Awareness to Build the Apprenticeship Brand

National Bulk Handling Corporation (NBHC) is India's leading provider of integrated commodity and collateral management services, offering world-class processes and services in procurement, handling, storage and upkeep of collateral and agri-commodities. As the HR...

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Making apprenticeships more inclusive through T.V.E.T

Are TVET and Apprenticeships a Second Class Education or a Game Changer? Our obsession with traditional degrees and an elitist policy of the Indian education system has hitherto treated the vocational sector as a ‘second-grade’ option - one for the electricians,...

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Learners evaluate apprenticeship

This is a comprehensive research conducted to find out how the Apprentices reviewed their Apprenticeship programmes based on various variables. It is quite interesting to know whether the Apprentices believed…

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Outsourcing apprenticeship management

This study conducted in Switzerland tries to find out what would be the best way to train young Apprentices. Would the usual system of giving in-house training alongside of theoretical education be more productive or would specialised external firms be more effective?...

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England needs to move beyond NEET

Is the current system of NEET – ‘Not in education, employment or training’ working in the current scenario? Would the policy of Headline number be a better way moving forward?

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Getting an edge with apprenticeships

In this article, Bode Adeloye shares his experiences of being an apprentice at British Land. He talks about how this apprenticeship program fits perfectly for the career he wants in the future.

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How India’s youth can benefit from apprenticeships

In this insightful article, Kishore Jayaraman, President (India and South Asia) of Rolls Royce, talks about apprenticeship as the key to making India’s youth employable and meet the country’s lofty goals of skilling 500 million people by 2022.

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Making the most of apprentice competitions

Lynn Nash, Executive Vice President of the North Carolina Masonry Contractors Association (NCMCA) in the US, writes about the importance of student and apprentice competitions in all construction trades to ensure the trades’ future

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