IT education and training provider Aptech Limited to day announced that it has tied up with Seven Rings, a Italian firm based on entrepreneurship training, to train graduates in soft skills and corporate computing skill development.
According to the agreement, Aptech would be the exclusive training delivery partner for participants of Seven Rings International in India.
The training program is based on Seven Rings' approach of transforming 'Learning into Earning' that would include on-the-job training wherein the students will implement their skills under the active supervision and guidance of mentors.
To begin with, the 40-hour training programme will be launched in Mumbai and would later be spread on to other locations in the country.
Pramod Khera, chief executive officer and managing director, Aptech Limited said, “Organizations today are increasingly looking at recruiting people, who besides having the requisite technical and domain skills, have the necessary soft skills to adapt to their work culture.”
“We are glad to partner with Seven Rings International to offer this employment enhancement program, under which Aptech would share its expertise in corporate computing and soft skills development.”
According to him, the partnership will help cater to the growing demand for skilled manpower. Starting with India, Aptech looks forward to taking this training across the globe, he said.
Antonio Grasso, chairman and Elia De Prisco, Director, Seven Rings International said, “It is a wonderful opportunity to associate with Aptech to offer world-class Employment Enhancement training. This partnership would ensure quality training to our participants and help transform a large number of people in the world into valuable professionals.”
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