Benefit of Apprenticeship to Candidates:
  • Candidates as an apprentice undergoes extensive “on the job training” in an industry, which would enhance his employability.
  • Receive Government and Industry Recognized Certification
  • Earn a Stipend during Apprenticeship.
  • Choose a Profession that they want.
  • Acquire Specialized Skills through On-the-Job Training.
  • Gaining confidence in abilities: Practice makes perfect. If trainees learned about a specific technique in the classroom, they are able to test it out in the world of work. Then they will be much more equipped with the technique.
  • Develop Contacts - Working with professionals, the trainee will tap into a network that can offer references, advice and information about new technologies.
  • Focused Career Direction – The trainee will be able to explore his/ her subject preferences and develop it into a career.
  • Convert training into a Future Job – After completion of On Job Training & working experience students becomes a preferred choice of any recruiter in the coming year.

Advantages of NAPS – Apprenticeship to Industries:
  • An apprentice is not a workman throughout the apprentice training program. Statutory benefits like Bonus, PF, ESI Act, Gratuity, Industrial Disputes Act and so forth aren’t applicable to the apprentice trainee.
  • Cost saving: Approximately saving of 29.38% wrt other formats i.e., contractual workers.
  • Organization can utilize the CSR budget for all expenditure related to the Apprentice Trainees under NAPS if the company engage the candidates above mandatory limits.
  • Establishment gets financial support from the government up to Rs.1500 per month per candidate.
  • Engagement of apprentices within a band of 2.5% to 15% of the total strength of employees of an establishment (including contractual employees)
  • Establishments can engage apprentices of age 18 years and above in normal working hours of the establishment (including night shifts)
  • An employer is not obliged to employ the apprentice after the completion of apprenticeship training.
  • Engagement of apprentices in optional trades i.e., company can engage 10th, 12th ITI, Skill Certificate Holders, graduate, diploma pass / pursuing candidates in optional trade apprenticeship.
  • Industry can design and run Apprenticeships in customized courses
  • YSF is responsible for sourcing, documentation, training compliances & coordination with the governing body.
 
Sectors
  • Automotive | Electronics | Capital Goods
  • Rubber & Plastic | Electronics | IT-ITeS
  • Food Industry | Tourism and hospitality
  • Retail | Logistics | Life Sciences
  • Iron and Steel | Textile | Furniture and Fittings
  • Entrepreneurship & Management
 

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