The Business Development Department is a highly cross functional team responsible for initiating, creating, developing and implementing growth opportunities amongst multiple organizations with the intent of reaching new markets and forming new partnerships with other agencies and/or organizations.
Customized training provides our corporate clients the opportunity to train, retrain and upskill their employees. The goal of the training is to:
The training may be conducted at NESC’s campuses and or on companies’ work site. We provide a combination of strategic analysis and business-to-business relationship management leading to the generation of revenue from customized training solutions specific to client needs.
Companies have partnered with the NESC to provide sponsored training to members of the public in various fence-line communities within Trinidad and Tobago. Participants are exposed to both theoretical and practical training in industry-specific programmes. The main focus is to develop a pool of competent tradesmen to supply the workforce requirement for our multi-sector economy.
The NESC's Workforce assessment initiative offers formal certification to skilled but uncertified individuals using the prior learning assessment and recognition. This process involves the assessment of competencies acquired through formal, non-formal and informal learning and lead to the award of a trade/occupational and/or professional certification
The system focuses on three main areas:
A gap analysis can be completed for each person assessed leading to ward further training and development.
The department is responsible for maintaining and strengthening relations with local, regional and international partners and developing strategies with civil society and other agencies in Trinidad and Tobago to advance the NESC’s agenda to improve effectiveness in meeting common goals.
These objectives are realized through joint programmes, participation in annual meetings and exchange of best practices. The NESC has partnered with prominent organizations for short-term and long term projects including collaboration in curriculum development, scholarships, employment and apprenticeship opportunities.
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