VOCATIONAL TRAINING CENTRE
The vocational training Centre provides student with access to assistive in skill and performance by the specialists. We have seen measurable success and we have expanded by showcasing the products in Hope Handicraft Emporium to support the livelihood of the special children. Each of our students who desires will have the opportunity to develop the vocational skills and marketing skills.
- The aim of this program is to assist students to learn specific skills that will allow them to enter the workplace.
- To cope up the challenges at the adulthood stage.
- To empower the special employee.
Employment is an important ingredient for combating poverty and achieving inclusion for all persons, including persons with disabilities (PWD). Employment increases self sufficiency, social connectedness and creates a sense of self worth and dignity for individuals. For persons with disabilities, employment is considered a vital step towards their rehabilitation and empowerment in that it provides a sense of belonging, independence, and increases their social inclusion and overall well-being.
Although persons with disabilities can perform virtually every job, and with the enabling environment and support services, majority of persons with disabilities can be as productive as persons without disabilities, there are limited employment opportunities for them.
Currently the persons with disabilities have lower employment rates than persons without disabilities and the few who are employed, work fewer hours and in lower-paid or lower-skilled positions. So to overcome this problem we are giving training in vocational training centre so that it will give a opportunity for the adult abandoned person with special needs to cope up the challenges and live a independent life.
- Agarbathi Making
- Instant Sambarani
- Mat Weaving
- Office Skills & Assistance
- Imitation Jewellery
- Decorative Items Making
- Paper Bag Making
- Computer Training
- Candle Making 547++
- Embarrassing Painting
- Pet Care and Grooming