Placement Policy

Executive summary:

The lack of employment and precarious working conditions affects the life of each and every individual and young people are especially vulnerable in this regard. Young people face difficulties in entering the labor market and/or are often faced with precarious working conditions. This situation prevents them from achieving their full potential in life, does not allow them to integrate fully into society and to enjoy, to the full extent, their basic human rights.

The paper also explores the possibilities to encourage employment from an earlier stage and how entrepreneurship and mobility are key factors for the employability of young people. The SAIC Professional Training Centre believes that students should gain practical work experience, providing that it is possible to balance study and work life and supports the existence of internships if they are part of education curricula and allow for the professional development of young people. Moreover, the SPTC calls for the simplification of procedures that foster entrepreneurship among young people and for the integration of entrepreneurship in TVET curricula from an early stage.

 

Overview:

SPTC starts one Job Placement Sector since 2016. The long-term outcome of Job Placement Cell of SAIC Professional Training Center is “Improved living standard of underprivileged people through Fair labor self and wage employment”. This long-term outcome Policy will be addressed through the realization of three major intermediate outcomes. Firstly, the increased income of the graduates and Job Placement Cell clients will contribute to the improvement of their living standard. Secondly, the mindset and attitude changes of the graduates will also contribute to the same. Thirdly, the improvement of the working environment of the industry will ensure to the fair labor environment.

So that we established The Policy Paper that addresses us about our punitive action regards Job Placement issues all over Bangladesh.

 

Our Procedure:

The first major Procedure for increased income of graduates and Job Placement Clients of SPTC will be created by the better wage employment and self-employment for the graduates. These employments will be easily accessed by the graduates as they have better and updated technical skills which they will get from Sustainable high-quality TVET offered by SPTC.

 

Better self-employment and wage employment of the clients will be ensured through improved networking for employment opportunity which will be backed by good PR( Public Relation) policy. Moreover, these graduates will also be assisted through Established MFI linkages for their business investment.

 The program of SPTC will ensure sustainability and quality of Technical Training in 06 places of Bangladesh by

 

  1. SAIC Professional Training Centre, Mirpur, Dhaka
  2. SAIC Professional Training Centre -2, Sharapova, Dhaka
  3. SAIC Professional Training Centre, Bogra
  4. SAIC Professional Training Centre, Dinajpur
  5. SAIC Professional Training Centre, Jamalpur
  6. SAIC Professional Training Centre, Mymensingh

Through, High-quality staff and well-equipped workshop in its technical institute.so it is moderately linked with Job Placement.

The second major Procedure “Graduates have a positive mindset and attitude to develop their life” will be done through developing Soft skill Training (motivational, mindset change, Walk-in Interview, OHS related safety training) programs which will provide for the graduates and clients for attitude change which will contribute to wage employment and self-employment of the graduates.

 

The third major Procedure of better work environment of the industry will be achieved when Industries practice Fair Labor in the workplace. This will be done through lobbying and networking. That will be warranted by SPTC Job Placement Cell.

Our comebacks:

  1. Network with Alumni Association with the goal to find jobs, to receive feedback and to

Arrange a gathering of the Alumni association ones a year.

  1. To publish Newsletter half yearly.
  2. To send the newsletter to the Ex‐graduates through e‐mail and postal mail.
  3. To arrange parents meetings
  4. Network with Job Benefactor members during alliance meetings, but also by regular contact

via e‐mail.

  1. Participate in the Bd Jobs. Job Fair acquaintances.
  2. To arrange a meeting with the Govt. Officials.
  3. Exchange of good practices
  4. Workshop visits for students
  5. Job offers

Our Approach:

Graduates often face difficulties to find out job opportunity due to a lack of appropriate skills. The current skill supply system struggles to meet market demand because of inadequate throughput and a mismatch between skill supply and demand.

It is said that the current production of skilled workers lack strategic focus on industry demand and is often segmented and poorly coordinated. Addressing the current challenges requires building networks with different sectors of industries, policy makers, business chambers and think-tanks to find out a common ground and strategic way out.

Job Placement Cell led SPTC programmes to maintain close collaboration with industries, business communities, and government policymakers to identify the demand for appropriate skills to manage employment opportunities. SPTC’s skills development training is designed in accordance with the job market’s updated requirements. SPTC’s are playing a vital role in producing a skilled workforce able to deliver according to market demands. In addition, SPTCs manage a well-coordinated job placement cell that builds linkages across the network of employers. SPTC-Job Placement Cell regularly holds job-fairs to create interfacing opportunities with skilled job seekers and employers.

Because of demand based training curricula, SPTC graduates find it easy to manage employment opportunities after graduation. SPTC’s collaboration also helps industries to identify potential graduates easily and reliably. SPTCs have achieved notable success in job placement.

Proclamation:

For a Fundamental Rights approach to employment,

In the last decades, younger & unemployed people have been deeply affected by the increasing segmentation of the labor market and the parallel development of new atypical forms of employment. Younger& unemployed people with fewer opportunities, often marginalized and therefore lacking access to qualifications, face particular challenges that deserve specific responses from policymakers.

 A Fundamental Rights approach to employment is needed in order to offer all employees the same rights in the labor market. Improving the labor market integration of younger & unemployed people shall be conceived as a collective responsibility, which requires the equal involvement of actors such as public authorities, the social partners and youth organizations.

That’s why SAIC Professional Training Centre established Job Placement Cell for forecasting Market Driven & gainful Job Market in Bangladesh.

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