Embassy Group And TCFM Help Students Aspiring For A Career In Facilities Management
They provide special skill development programs with job placements for all students from their adopted government schools
Embassy Group, in a cumulated effort to chalk the career paths of govt. school students have introduced a unique FM skill development program for all students from its adopted government schools. Upon completion of the four-month course in various verticals of Facility Management, the students will also find job placements at TCFM.
TCFM (Technique Control Facility Management) – a 100 per cent subsidiary of Embassy services, the Integrated Facility Management arm of the Embassy Group, currently employs over 7000 FM professionals across the country. This skilling program aims to provide more opportunities to the underprivileged and fill the demand for skilled professionals in the booming industry. Since the pandemic has forced companies to relook FM with more criticality, the need for skilled youngsters is also on the rise. In times where uncertainty is looming over the future of outbound students, this program can help them find employment in the booming FM sector.
To create a strong network to connect students to opportunities after they pass out from school, the Embassy and its NGO Partner, Colours of Life, founded an alumni program in 2017 called the Colours of Life Academy (COLA). COLA was meant for students who have graduated, or left Embassy adopted Government Schools but would like assistance in terms of fees for higher studies, extra tuitions, mentorship, and career guidance. As part of the program, regular meetings and webinars are conducted to educate and counsel students on different options for their future careers, of which TCFM was a regular participant.
According to recent reports, there are an estimated 40 crores blue-collar and 15 crore white-collar workers in India. Through this program, Embassy Group and its partners hope to develop and help the next generation of blue-collar employees, contributing to the growth of the Indian economy through its upskilled workforce and closing any gaps in the educational journey of underprivileged students.
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