India and Australia is all set to work as a single team to provide successive employment and professional training opportunities in various divisions. On his recent trip to Australia, Modi has aggressively projected India as a manpower and industrialized hub. The main intention behind the statement is to utilize Indian skilled manpower and to meet the scarcity of human capital of Australia. Thus, to fulfill the objective, all Indian skilled workers must be certified and trained to grab the employment opportunities in both the nations.
Taking this into account, the National Skill Development Corporation of India (NSDC) has put a sign on Memorandum of Understanding with the Technical and Further Education (TAFA) and the Directors of Australia (TDA) to help one another in vocational education, training and technical aspects.
These training schemes target mainly on few major divisions which Australia is lacking in, such as IT, Automotive, Retail, Healthcare, and Telecom sectors. CEO of NSDC, Dilip Chenoy said that this program is intended mainly to build relevant skills in individuals to fill job roles vacant in both the nations.
Apart from the skilled workers training scheme, National Skill Development Corporation is also planning to work with immigration division of Australia to help Indian workers to have hassle-free transition to Australia. In addition to this, there will also be study tours and mutual staff swapping programs.
Chief Information Commissioner of NSDC, Rajiv Mathur said that they are also planning to start Indian institution and educate Indians on international standards with the fund support of Heraud Training organization.
As a result of this collaboration and training, all the Indian citizens will be proficient to work in any of the sectors, which countries like Australia are in shortage of.