Solutions

The Nuts and Bolts of Market-Driven Skills Training
In many countries, the current skills supply system does not meet the demands of industry. It is segmented and poorly coordinated.

Skills supply challenges

Skills development faces three major challenges:
  • A significant gap between demand and supply of labour with growing industry demand far outpacing supply.
  • A weak technical and vocational education in terms of capacity and quality (poor teaching, large number of teacher vacancies, outdated buildings and equipment,curriculum unrelated to the work place, and lack of engagement with the private sector).
  • Limited involvement of employers and enterprises to provide market responsive training with high labour-market outcomes.

Potential solutions we offer

Indeson seeks to improve the alignment of Vocational Education and Training (VET) with the country’s skills development systems and the skills demand of the industries through:
  • Strengthen the curriculum and training that address the needs of industries and ensure that the quality of instruction is at par with international standards.
  • Established linkages with the industry of identified priority sectors to co-develop trainings that are suited to their needs.
  • Selecting the right candidates for the training and seek their commitment to work in the industry with a positive impact.

Qualifications and Curriculum

  • Occupational profiles and standards
  • Curriculum development
  • Teaching and learning materials
  • Assessments
  • Certification
  • Facilities

Training and Development for Education

  • Teacher training
  • Capacity development
  • Capacity development: Managment

Policy and Legislation

  • Legislation
  • Policy
  • Research
  • Labour market surveys

Quality Management and Systems

  • Management information systems
  • Education management systems
  • Quality management
  • Monitoring and evaluation

Private Sector Participation

  • Public private partnerships
  • Sector councils
  • Entrepreneurship and incubation
  • Innovation hubs
  • Corporate social investment

Education Training & Labor Market

Our approach is demand-driven and based on the feedback loop between education/training system and labour market needs.

Centres of Competence

Qualifications and Curriculum

The Qualifications and Curriculum Department is committed to building a world-class education and training framework that meets the changing needs of individuals, business and society. We lead developments in curriculum, assessments, occupational profiles and standards, certification, facilities and qualifications.

Policy and Legislation

The analysis of current policy and legislation structures requires close cooperation based on trust. We will optimize and support you in your request to Legislation and  Policy issues, also we will do researches and labour market surveys.

Quality Management and Systems

Implementing a quality management system (QMS) into a business requires input from employees at all levels of an organisation, starting with top management. Their firm commitment to change and improvement is vital to the success of system implementation. Our range of business consulting includes the development of:

  • Management information systems
  • Education management systems
  • Quality management, Monitoring and evaluation

Training and Development for Education

The Training and development Department is committed to create, administer, and deliver training programs for businesses and organizations:

  • Assess training needs through surveys, interviews and observations
  • Design and create training manuals, online learning modules, and course materials
  • Review training materials from a variety of sources and choose appropriate materials
  • Deliver training using a variety of instructional techniques and medias
  • Evaluation of training programs
  • Administrative tasks such as monitoring costs, scheduling programmes, setting up systems and equipment, and coordinating enrolment

Private Sector Participation in Education

Beyond government, there is a need for urgent intervention in the education sector by private sector operators because government cannot do it all alone. Our range of business consulting includes the development of:

  • Public private partnerships
  • Sector councils
  • Entrepreneurship and incubation
  • Innovation hubs
  • Corporate social investment

Professional Education

indeson believes that professional education should seek to help individuals develop professional understandings, practices, and identities. These understandings, practices and identities frame the lifelong learning of professional educators and education.

  • Learner-Centered: Students’ past experiences, cultural backgrounds, interests, capabilities, and understandings are accommodated in learning experiences. Routines promote learner risk-taking and allow learners to take increasing control of their own learning and functioning.
  • Contextual: Experiences engage learners in ways of thinking, doing, talking, writing, reading, etc., that are indicative of the discipline(s) and/or authentic social contexts. Ideas and practices are presented with the richness of their contextual cues and information. Learners are provided with models and opportunities to reflect on their experiences and to relate their learning to other social contexts.
  • Coherent: Learning experiences are organized around the development of concepts and strategies that learners need in order to participate in other similar situations. Learners are assessed on what they had the opportunity to learn.
  • Culturally Responsive: Diversity is valued, and learners are helped to become aware of the impact of culture on how they and others perceive the world.
  • Technologically Current: Available technology facilitates learning. Learners are helped to understand the effect of media on their perceptions and communication.

indeson modernizes, designs and implements concepts of professional education, development and training within the context of changing demands in the 21-century.

Skill Development

In recent years, skills development has become a priority among last and advanced companies also developed and developing countries alike. Having a skilled workforce has been recognized as paramount to boosting competitiveness in an increasingly global and interdependent economic environment, fostering innovation and business creation and increasing productivity. As individuals with the right skills and knowledge are more likely to find employment, skills development can also have positive effects in reducing unemployment, raising incomes, and improving standards of living.

Equipping the workforce with job-relevant skills has proven to be a challenge around the world. Mismatches between skills demand and supply are a common occurrence; school leavers and graduates struggle to find jobs that are commensurate with their education and training while employers struggle to fill vacancies. Employers lament the scarcity of skills considered essential for business competitiveness in the current economy that demands quick adaptation, innovation and flexibility. Unexperienced people have trouble finding employment, but so do experienced workers with outdated skills.

indeson has joined efforts to ensure that individuals have access to quality education as well as training opportunities and that employers can find the skills they need to operate.

Our Strength

  • Our consultants are known for excellent performance outcomes
  • We deliver high quality on time every time.
  • We have a select network of reputable associate consultants.
  • We implement rigorous selection and capacity building process for our staff and associates.
  • We have a bank of tried and tested solutions for customised adaptation and refinement.
  • We are creative and innovative problem-solvers.