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September 21, 2017

AAMC Training Group with its new course ITAC, is all set to revolutionize the training and assessment landscape of India.


AAMC-Academy of Mentoring and Coaching Training Group, a 15 year old Australia based Registered Training Organisation (RTO), introduces a new course-International Training & Assessment Course(ITAC), a vocational and certified skill development and enhancement course for trainers and assessors, which provides the opportunity to work with skills councils across industrial sectors in India and overseas. It has been established across four countries globally and operating in India for the past 2 years. It has globally provided training to 40K+ students and associated with 250+ companies.

Introduced in 4 major metro cities in India, ITAC is the first to be approved by AICTE ‘Train the Trainer program’ offering Indian and Australian Government certification with a globally recognized qualification. Spanning from 18th to 22nd of April 2016 in Mumbai, ITAC workshops focus on enabling trainers to be competent entrepreneurs, thereby enabling them to build their own skill development programs and forge links with relevant government agencies. AAMC Training Group offers the ITAC Trainer Course through a 5-day workshop in Ahmedabad, Chennai, Delhi and Mumbai.

In India there is a need for an additional 70,000 Vocational Education and Training (TVET) trainers and assessors. A competent vocational trainer plans and delivers training sessions to meet learners’ needs; understands the vocational education sector in which they work; works safely at all times; prepares their learners for assessment and promotes learning in the workplace. A competent assessor plans and conducts competency-based assessments; understands the vocational education sector in which they work; validates assessments; conducts recognition of existing skills assessments (RESK).

AAMC Training India Pvt Ltd is a training partner with Retailers Association’s Skill Council of India (RASCI) and also registered under Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas Yojna (PMKVY) scheme. “The ITAC has been brought to India to develop international standard skills, improve employability and promote workforce mobility. The participants will develop skills and knowledge they need to perform training and assessments in an international environment”, said Jeff Mazzini, Managing Director, AAMC Training Group.

The ITAC Trainer course comprises of 6 components, while the ITAC Assessor course comprises of 4 components. The training module covers imperative topics like training tools and products, delivering work instruction, engage learners to develop language, literacy and numeracy, work safety and competency based assessments.

Thought leader mentor and motivational expert Ravi Subraman, the Head Training & Development of AAMC Training in India heads the workshops. He said, “There has not been a recognized qualification for a trainer in India. The ITAC will fulfil that need and provide quality trainers to the country.” He also adds “India needs more skilled people. 9 out of 10 people in India are unskilled or are not skilled at all. We are trying to bridge this gap and bring in a sea change in the industry.” Each batch of the ITAC will cater to only 20 candidates to provide and receive better attention.

Trainers and consultants from diverse industry sectors like HR, IT, Banking & Finance, Retail, Education, Hospitality, NGO and aviation participated in the workshop. “ITAC course is very informative and will be very useful to Trainers who would like to upgrade their Skills” said participants in unison.

AAMC Training Group with the introduction of ITAC is all set to revolutionize the training and assessment landscape of India.

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