Service sector

MyFledge Group of Institutes Closes Skills Gap in Service Industry and Becomes a Provider of Career-Based Training

The pandemic has reminded the world how easily the workforce is replaced by technology. A highly skilled workforce with a complex set of technical, functional and behavioral skills can easily navigate the uncertainties of their career. Improving the skills of employable youth is the need of the moment. The panoramic growth of the tourism sector in countries like India, United Arab Emirates, Maldives, Mauritius, South Africa, Nordic countries and Scandinavia has created the need for skills development programs. specific and industry-based.

The MyFledge group of institutes, since its inception in 2014, has built a fleet of institutions that empower young Indians with 21st century skills. A pioneer in the heart of India’s Silicon City, Bangalore, the group specializes in skills-based learning in aviation and hospitality. Over the past 7 years, MyFledge has actively trained and placed over 4,500 aviation and hospitality students as cabin crew, pilots and customer service at various airlines and airports. NSDC’s Aerospace and Aviation Industry Skills Council (AASSC) has helped MyFledge develop its world-class curriculum that matches current demand in the aviation industry.

MyFledge now aims to launch skills development courses for service industries such as events, hospitality, mass communication, insurance, banking and financial services. In collaboration with TATA STRIVE and TCS-ION, the group has initiated a pilot batch in Hotel Management, Event Management, Banking and Insurance. MyFledge Group Founder Piyalee Chatterjee Ghosh said: MyFledge has supported and empowered Indian youth to meet global standards in aviation and hospitality service delivery. We are now aiming to expand our competency-based learning programs to benefit other service sectors in India. I appeal to service sector job applicants across India to upgrade their skills and learn skills that technology cannot replace. Our country certainly needs a more skilled and employable workforce than ever before. “

MyFledge offers structured programs, developed by experts, enabling young Indians to acquire skills such as empathy, service orientation, critical thinking, problem solving and change management that make them ready. to work. The founder of the Group, Piyalee Chatterjee Ghosh, has proven expertise in coaching and training as an eMaster Trainer and eMaster Assessor of the Aerospace and Aviation Sector Skill Council (AASSC). She and her team of knowledgeable mentors ensure that each student experiences a holistic learning environment that nurtures their inherent talents. Its institute has adopted a training methodology inspired by European and Singaporean vocational training institutes. Students are given a holistic approach to face adversities and adapt to changes. State-of-the-art study centers are located in Guwahati, Mangalore, Raipur, Bhopal, Lucknow, Bangalore and Mumbai. The organization aims to open 50 new centers in early 2022 after deploying its franchise model. This movement aims to reach all aspirants of the service industry in India at their location as well as efforts to inspire budding entrepreneurs to take their first step.

MyFledge to become the hub of a national movement to bridge the skills gap in the Indian service sector with diploma and degree programs in Aviation Management, Commercial Pilot License (CPL), Hotel Management, Management events, financial banking and insurance services, mass Communication and mass media.

Ghosh’s MyFledge group of institutes, whose instrument is education, aims to make young people employable and provide a skilled workforce to the Indian service sector.