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Training & Skill Development

Emphasis on the professional development of pool of trainers, leveraging assets, tools and technology for bridging the knowledge gap

The We Foundation is the best women empowerment NGO, that believes in life-long training philosophy that focuses on accelerating the learning curve of children, youths and women across development sectors for their holistic development.

A training programmes related to an immediate improvement in the learning curve of a trainee and allows individuals or a group of individuals to strengthen their skills for long-term development.

Knowledge is Power! Knowledge never gets wasted, in fact it enriches and guides a person towards long-term and sustainable development. An informed person is valued everywhere. With this objective,

We are the best skill development NGO and organizes various training programmes for children, youths, women and key stakeholders for integrated and all-round development.

We are the best women empowerment NGO in India and also focus on providing regular training to our staff for staff satisfaction creating happy employees.

Our Focus
  • Increased productivity and performance in any setting
  • Skills development
  • Training of Trainers
  • Team development
  • Replication of models
  • Systems strengthening
  • Training and Development (T&D)
  • TWF Skill Development Centre: On-demand courses, new processes, capacities and interests of different age groups are piloted in this center. If we receive overwhelming responses for the courses then we replicate it any other locations. Placement is key for professional skill development courses. We only opt for those courses which are on demand. The courses are available to India’s youth/women wherever they are. These are done through:
Government, Corporate and NGOs

One point contact for training referral system for Government, for Private

Create a repository of trained trainers and connect with Government bodies/private bodies.

TWF outreach training workshop for youths and women

Health systems strengthening: Induction workshop for health workforce

Training of Mahila Arogya Samiti or MAS members- frontline health workers to improve bridge the gap between receiver and access to healthcare services being provided by the Government.

Training of high school children in association with Ministry of Youth Affairs & Sports to generate awareness on youth schemes of the Government of India and special session on Plastic-free India with focus on promoting alternatives such as jute etc.

Career counselling sessions in association with NGOs for college students for encouraging youths to take informed career decisions. Initiate mobile training centers and digital learning centers in rural areas for access to quality training leading to skill development. Training on Life skills in association with the Government

Individual
Classroom learning with state-of-the-art infrastructure
  • Basic training on computers both hard and soft skills
  • Translators: English to Hindi, German and French
  • Basic oral and written English
  • Training of data entry operators
  • Life skills and leadership skills integrated in all our training sessions
Digital/virtual learning
  • Training of health workers on Covid-19
  • Mental health training
Practical learning through exposure visits
  • Network with placement agencies/government departments/private companies/others to facilitate employment.
  • Conduct job profile survey and match the job trend to generate employability.

Neighbourhood Youth Parliament” at Badshah Khan Centenary Girl’s High School, Kolkata

On Saturday, 14 December 2019, The We Foundation and Nehru Yuva Kendra Sangathan-South Kolkata, Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports, Government of India jointly organized a one-day workshop on “Neighbourhood Youth Parliament” at Badshah Khan Centenary Girl’s High School, Kolkata. A total of 80 youth leaders, especially girls participated in the workshop.

The main objective of the workshop was to motivate the youth for active participation in various youth-related schemes such as Swachh Bharat Mission- saying no to plastic. There was also a special session on Yoga followed by a practice session. The outcome of the workshop was that the youth had better knowledge and understanding of the government schemes for the youth and it also motivated the youth to participate in any form of exercise for physical and mental wellbeing. The entire programme was covered by DD Bangla News and Print media- Statesmen.


A district-level training of trainers (TOTs) of youth leaders and volunteers on HIV/AIDS was jointly organized by Nehru Yuva Kendra, South Kolkata, Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports and West Bengal State AIDS prevention & Control Society, Govt. of West Bengal in association with the Kalighat Milan Sangha and The We Foundation.

A total of 42 youths aged 15-29 years (National Youth Policy 2014) attended the HIV/AIDS awareness programme. The trainees comprise NYK leaders and volunteers, students from NabaBallygungeMahavidyalaya, youths from grassroots NGOs etc.  Eminent dignitaries like Shri Nabin Kumar Naik, State Director, NYKS, West Bengal, SmtPiyali Das, Asst. Director, West Bengal State AIDS prevention & Control Society, Govt. of West Bengal, Dr NirmalMajhi, MLA and President of Medical Council and others, Shri Kartick Banerjee, Secretary, Kalighat Milan Sangha, Dr SukamalDatta, Prinicipal, NabaBallygungeMahavidyalaya, Shri DebanandaChowdhuri,ACT-NYKS and member- Kalighat Milan Sangha, Shri Raghumoni Chatterjee, UNV-DYC, NYK- South Kolkata,  Dr Ujjal Kumar Ghosh, Secretary, Asians Yoga Research Institute, SmtMoumitaMajunder, Programme Manager, West Bengal State AIDS prevention & Control Society, Govt. of West Bengal, and representatives from NGOs like The We Foundation played an integral part in the programme. The main objective of this training programme is to generate awareness about HIV/AIDS and other related communicable diseases like TB among youths for enhancing access to government health services pertaining to HIV/AIDS and communicable diseases with a broader goal to bridge the gap between the health service provider and receiver and thereby strengthening the health systems.

The programme was a grand success as it highlighted the critical aspects of HIV/AIDS affecting the youth community in schools and colleges, primary prevention and control services by Government for HIV-positive people, developing an understanding about the virus, four routes of transmission and reducing stigma and discrimination against people living with HIV/AIDS (PLHIV) to help support PLHIV to lead a healthy, productive and dignified life and contribute effectively to the society.

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