NOCN works with many partners in the sub-continent to provide educational and skills related consultancy, accreditation and certification for qualifications, and endorsements for locally designed training courses.
We are proud to be part of the Indian skills revolution and have a Delhi base.
Advice is given on vocational skills policy, sector skills development, improving standards and embedding skills into large scale infrastructure projects.
Working in partnership in this way, NOCN India Skills Foundation brings the best of British educational standards to support Indian innovation and skills development. The aim is for Indian managers and professionals to have skills that are recognised at international standards of excellence to effectively compete in a global market.
Acknowledgement of our fantastic track record in India came recently when we were appointed by the Department for International Development to bring vital support to the world’s largest upskilling and training programme there.
India Skills Foundation
NOCN delivered a research project on behalf of the UK Government, to map UK institutions and organisations working in Skills development and which are delivering, or have the capacity to deliver, technical and implementation support for Skills development in India, either on their own or in collaboration with Indian institutions. NOCN conducted the research and has engaged in the UK, a research agency, PublicCo, part of the Learning and Work Institute and NOCN India Skills Foundation.
Project sector scope:
- Aerospace & Aviation
- Infrastructure: Building, Construction & Real Estate
- Renewable Energy
Project analysis scope:
- Organisational Analysis - to identify credible organisations in the four sectors, which have expertise in: training delivery, assessments, training trainers, training assessors, centres of excellence, curriculum development, training pedagogy, transnational standards, quality assurance and any other relevant skills development related initiatives.
- Partnership Analysis - Connect with appropriate skills specialists from the UK to understand their expertise and how they can work in India. Analyse the local India market to identify the relevant India stakeholders, including potential partners that could play a role through partnerships.
NOCN conducted the research during December and January and contacted relevant potential partner organisations in the UK and India during this time. During the onset of spring 2018, NOCN will organise and host events in Indian cities to showcase and promote India-UK partnership potential, followed by the final report to be presented to the respective Governments.
Further information on India Skills Foundation
Any interested organisations with relevant experience in the target sectors should get in touch with NOCN by emailing the Project Manager:
Stephen Ram Kissun, Head of International Business Development and Marketing, NOCN
Mobile: +44 (O)7722 156 343
Sunil Abrol, Director of NOCN India Skills Foundation
Mobile: 91-11-981099 8050
M-27, M-Block Market
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Projects and partnerships:
- AIMA - All India Management Association
- TSSC - Telecomes Sector Skills Council
- CSDC - Construction Skill Development Council India
NOCN is also partnered with STAMP, part of IL&FS.
- Certificate in Management Skills
- ACT- AIMA Certified Trainer programme