Additional Skill Acquisition Programme

Recruitment for Quality Assurance in Additional Skill Acquisition Programme Thiruvananthapuram 2018

Thiruvananthapuram
Any Post Graduate,Any Graduate
Last Date to Apply: 20-10-2018
Quality Assurance - Job Details Date of Posting: 19-10-2018

Quality Assurance in ASAP  job opportunities in Additional Skill Acquisition Programme 2018

Quality Assurance is assured based on the standards (NOS and ASAP Quality Framework) fixed for both inputs as well as output. One of mechanism to ensure Quality Assurance in ASAP, is through monitoring by Quality Assurer (QA).

Quality Assurers need to undergo a selection criteria and training. Selected QA would be assigned to review skill training classes of ASAP and they need to provide inputs for improving their performance. Quality Assurers will undertake routine/periodical visit based on the assignment provided by Quality Control Division, ASAP. The major activity associated with Quality Assurer would collection of data/facts for comparing actual data with predetermined standards.

Quality Assurer will be on engagement/ case basis, and following guidelines and code of conduct.

Who can be Quality Assurer?

Should have 5 year Industry Experience in concerned sector

Should have understanding Quality Assurance Methods

Knowledge on Skill Training Arena

 Incumbent should be having eye for details

 Should have an understanding of Controls


How To Apply For  Quality Assurance in ASAP  job opportunities in Additional Skill Acquisition Programme 2018

Interested candidates should Apply Online latest by 20th October 2018. 


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About Additional Skill Acquisition Programme

To address the concern of the growing educated-unemployment rates of the State, the SSDP or State Skill Development Project was enacted, in the year 2012. This was following the realization that Kerala has the human resource and the potential to soar up to become a radial point for skilled manpower to the world by virtue of its demographic dividend. SSDP involves the participation of industries and training partners to execute the project tactically branched into two, ASAP (Additional Skill Acquisition Programme) and ASEP (Additional Skills Enhancement Programme). ASAP, under the General and Higher Education Departments, works on the preventive side by training Higher Secondary and Graduate students, offering skill courses to students in need of immediate employment. ASEP, under the Department of Labour, on the curative side offers enhancement training to educated unemployed youth. Funded by ADB, ASAP has now spread out into 1052 educational institutions across the state, offering 83 courses from 24 sectors, and is expanding skill training services to all age groups through the innovative idea of Community Skill Parks.