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The sector currently employs over 4.11 million employees and is slated to employ more than 11.29 million employees by 2022. This implies additional creation of ~7.2 million jobs in the 9 year period.
Setup sub sector groups for the identified key trades which would own the trade End to End. (Develop Framework – Pilot - Train - Assess - Improve.) Involve Employers, Employee and private players to impart the required training. Conduct a PILOT study with a center. During pilots, support development of content for the critical trades.

Objective

  • Relate the Indian Furniture & Fittings education standards with the international standards for creating widely accepted world class workforce.
  • Set-up effective Labor Market Information System (LMIS)
  • Accreditation/Affiliation of training providers (through partners) and Certification of Learners/ Workforce Facilitate\Conduct Training of Trainers and Training of Assessors for enabling skill centers
  • Establish/Facilitate in-house Training Centers and Centers of Excellence (CoEs)
  • Involve employers, learners, other academic and vocational bodies and private players in skill development intervention
  • Conduct study to understand the skill gaps in each trade and setup sub sector groups for the key trades of Furniture & Fittings Industry , on a ongoing basis
  • Develop catalogue of Furniture & Fittings industry occupations/skills and related occupational standards
  • Create awareness and attract learners through Brand Promotion of the Furniture & Fittings Industry

Scope

  • Create Awareness and build SSC brand value in the sector.
  • Setup sub sector groups for the identified key trades which would own the trade End to End. (Develop Framework – Pilot – Train – Assess – Improve.)
  • Prepare comprehensive Labour Market Intelligence System with 50 trades in the second year of operation
  • Develop occupational standards and curriculum for all the trades by 2016 (for estimated 50% of trades covered under LMIS)
  • Develop Trainers and assessors for enabling skill centers.
  • Involve Employers, Employee and private players to impart the required training. Conduct a PILOT study with a center.
  • Create awareness about the profession and potential career opportunities among common people to attract better talent
  • During pilots, support development of content for the critical trades