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Trainer Effectiveness in the Indian Skills Ecosystem

By British Council On 14 September 2020
 
Trainer Effectiveness in the Indian Skills Ecosystem
 

The British Council India in partnership with Alliance of Skills Training Partners (ASTP) developed this project to study effectiveness of trainers with private sector training providers delivering skill training public-funded by the National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC). This comprehensive study aimed to examine the systemic factors that affect (a) motivation of trainers and their satisfaction with enabling and emolument factors that influence the teaching and learning process; (b) pedagogical aspects (viz. trainers’ views on importance of domain and platform skills, perception on ToT programmes, handling differential pace of students’ learning); (c) evaluation processes of trainers’ performance; and (d) need for further training and professional development opportunities available to them. Benchmarking of trainers’ remuneration and evaluation of pedagogy was out of study purview. The findings led to recommending appropriate measures that could address gaps and support improve effectiveness of trainers.

Primary data for the study was collected through three tracks: (i) a large-scale national web survey of trainers registered with NSDC (3,275 valid responses were received) along with small-scale recent alumni students web-survey (498 valid responses were received); (ii) Focus Group Discussions (FGD) with 180 trainers in 15 cities; and (iii) interviews with 25 senior officials of Training Providers (TP) and 26 Sector Skill Councils (SSC). Findings from the analysis of quantitative and qualitative data collected across the three tracks were synthesised. Insights drawn from the synthesised findings are summarised below

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