Learnet Skills has partnered with various multilateral organisations to create specialised and customised solutions to enable the skilling and upskilling of the youth. The programmes are created with a special focus to augment the achievement of the UN Sustainable Development Goals. Learnet Skills, through its core expertise in strategy and operations, designs the programs in collaboration with the multilateral organisations.

Through our vast experience in implementation, on-ground presence and technology intervention, the programs are designed focusing largely on upskilling and capacity building in the TVET ecosystem.

Learnet Skills & UN Women Upskill Frontline Workers and Law Enforcement Agencies on Issues of Gender-Based Violence, COVID-19, and Cyber Safety

Learnet Skills and UN Women have joint hands to capacitate frontline workers on COVID-19 and awareness on Gender Based Violence, as well as Law & Enforcement Agencies (LEAs) working on cyber safety for gender responsive action. We aim to create sensitization amongst anganwadi workers, nurses, and law enforcement personnel for appropriate handling of gender-based violence of women at risk/survivors. It further seeks to strengthen the healthcare system for timely recognition, diagnosis, treatment, and overall care of COVID-19 patients. It is an online trainer led programme, impacting 35,000 anganwadis, 1,000 nurses, and 1,000 LEAs in Delhi, Rajasthan, and Madhya Pradesh.

Learnet Skills Partnered with UN Women and NSDC for a course on Gender Mainstreaming of Master Trainers

The female labour force participation rate is less than 20% in India, and only 38% of women gain escalation in their careers. Determined to change this, Learnet Skills acknowledged that even in employability landscapes, there is a need for sensitisation and awareness of gender biases. We partnered with UN Women and National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC) to design a programme on “Training of Master Trainers on Gender Mainstreaming”. This programme trained 4,500 trainers across various sectors, contributing towards Sustainable Development Goal 5 – Gender Equality as well as to the Skill India Mission. We further expect these Master Trainers to train their teams, indirectly have a large and scalable impact on at least 22,500 trainers to become aware of the hindrances that women face in joining a workplace, to consciously enable their fair and willing participation in the workforce, for a brighter India for all.

Upskilling of Healthcare Workers on COVID-19 Pandemic Management

Learnet Skills Limited and its technical partner Generation India Foundation with the support of UN Women, a United Nations entity and a global champion for gender equality, designed an upskilling program on “COVID-19 Pandemic Management” to capacitate the female healthcare workers, thereby leading to effective and timely management of patients while ensuring their own safety at work. The training program is a self-paced, 4-hour online training module with its certification partner as Training Nurses Association of India (TNAI), helping the healthcare workers upskill their knowledge and build their competencies towards management of COVID-19 patients and COVID-19 pandemic.

The program was implemented in more than 700 hospitals across 20 states registering more than 15,000 healthcare workers and certification of over 10,000 healthcare workers. The successful trainees were awarded with an e-certificate after the successful completion of the training course.