AASK is proud to be associated with top-level Awarding/Certification Bodies, knowledge partners, Industrial Partners, Subject Matter Experts and Content Partners to conduct courses, prepare study material, provide training, research and develop assessment programs. We provide best-in-class structured study material and relevant courses for our user to enable them to be eligible to compete at the national and international level.
Industry partners play a crucial role in the skill ecosystem. AASK works with industry partners to offer demand-based courses using technology, awarding bodies clubbed with industry partners’ facilities ensures maximum on the job training for our learners. AASK also works with premium industry partners to offer joint certification programs as well.
AASK has tie-ups with various top companies across industries to enable our students to have on the job training in the form of apprenticeships which can even lead to the student being offered a job at the company in addition to the certificate. An industrial partner works on getting together employers from all over an industry sector to help the development of skills in their students, with a focus on growth and competition. Most Knowledge partners will be closely associated with industry partners who provide industrial training for the students and are potential employers for graduates of these programs. Industry partners are very important as they help prepare a student for employment in their field. Experts from the field can help to ensure that the students are kept updated on the progress made in their field and that what they learn is relevant to the particular profession. Industry partners vary depending on the programs offered. They include a variety of fields, such as health care workers, those who assemble or repair automobiles, and personnel who monitor water quality, etc. Knowledge partners are usually involved with local Industry Partners. An Industry Partner can help in defining objectives and desired learning outcomes for a particular course in a new or existing training program so that students can be properly trained for employment. They can ensure that the course content is up-to-date concerning the latest requirements and trends. They can further assist in providing real-life workplace scenarios that will further make the course more relevant for the students.