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Dmrc 15-02 (2)

  1. 1. DMRC & INDIA SKILLS Training on Fire & construction safety <br />23 September 2009. All rights reserved.<br />
  2. 2. 2<br />Overview<br />Objective<br /><ul><li>To create awareness on safety at workplace.
  3. 3. To introduce and sensitize on use of safety measures including equipment
  4. 4. To make DMRC a zero accident model. </li></ul>Target Audience<br /><ul><li>DMRC frontline workforce.
  5. 5. 10th, ITIs & under graduates, predominantly from Northern & central India</li></ul>Content<br /><ul><li>42 hours of content, developed by Indiaskills as per the guidelines of DMRC
  6. 6. Specifically related to the work place requirements of the DMRC
  7. 7. Course content an amalgamation of classroom & simulation based training.
  8. 8. More emphasis on practicals, 40 % of delivery time dedicated to hands on training on equipment and gadgets used for safety.</li></li></ul><li>3<br />Training Structure<br /><ul><li>2 trainers from DMRC & 3 trainers from IndiaSkills
  9. 9. Pilot batch kicked off on 15 of NOV 2010 with 30 trainees.
  10. 10. Target of training close to 2000 employees of the DMRC in the 1st year of operation.
  11. 11. Trained close to 1000 DMRC employees till date.
  12. 12. 2 Batches running parallel for approx strength 35 each.
  13. 13. 100% attendance is compulsory for all candidates to complete training successfully</li></ul>Unique Delivery Method<br /><ul><li> Course delivery and assessment is done through local language (Hindi)
  14. 14. This is accomplished even though courseware is structured in English language
  15. 15. Procedure developed to facilitate better understanding and learning depth among learners</li></li></ul><li>4<br />Feedback & Achievements <br />Increase of over all confidence level of Trainees post training<br />
  16. 16. 5<br />Feedback & Achievements <br />
  17. 17. Product outline<br /> Non trade specific<br /><ul><li>Common hazards and their control (fire, manual handling, hazardous substances, electrical)
  18. 18. The principles of workplace health and safety
  19. 19. The method and objective of risk assessment
  20. 20. Accident and incident reporting
  21. 21. Health and safety communication and the environment
  22. 22. Safe working practices
  23. 23. Basic first aid treatments (in simulated conditions)
  24. 24. Emergency procedures</li></ul> Trade Specific<br /><ul><li>Personal protective equipment
  25. 25. Working at heights
  26. 26. Use of trade specific machinery </li></li></ul><li>How IndiaSkills is supporting Delhi Metro<br /><ul><li>End to end solution to for training and assessment validation needs
  27. 27. Flexible training delivery that minimises disruption to the project – ‘business as usual’ training
  28. 28. Faculty experienced in delivering training from basic entry skills to higher technical levels
  29. 29. On the job and / or classroom based – depending on requirements
  30. 30. Proven assessment methods which validate candidates’ learning
  31. 31. Benchmarking knowledge and practical skills across the workforce
  32. 32. Balancing learner and employer needs.</li></li></ul><li>How is IndiaSkills doing this?<br />Key components<br />A clear statement of the standards of performance expected of successful candidates<br />Assessment instruments gathering sufficient valid and reliable evidence of ability to perform <br />to the identified standards<br />A quality control system ensuring consistent application of standards and assessments <br />over time and, where appropriate, place<br />An administrative system supporting the smooth running of the programme<br />Our 8 principles of assessment<br />Validity<br />Authenticity<br />Efficiency <br />Feedback<br />Reliability<br />Accessibility<br />Cost effect<br />Transparency<br />