Need based Training

CDC is always aiming to focus on the importance of effective training and workforce development programs as part of a broader strategy to increase the competitiveness of DIU graduates. Although rapid technological change and increasing global competition have delivered great  benefits to the fresh graduates overall, the development of new and more productive theories  has caused some  experience which is significant declines in job market and job prospects; CDC is planning and conducting several long term training for the graduates. People with less skills or non experienced are facing particular challenges, and effective job training programs are an important component of policies to help these people or graduates. CDC’s long term training programs are designed to engage potential employer, industry partners and actively guide students to able them career focused. Professional Excellence Program (PEP), Employability plus, Islami Bank Training and research Academy (IBTRA) on job training are the current program which is conducted by CDC successfully in recent time.

For most of the cases, opportunities in the job market have enabled each generation to achieve a higher standard of living for themselves. Innovation and an entrepreneurial spirit fueled robust employment growth, a solid educational system readied workers to take advantage of employment opportunities, and a broad array of safety-net programs helped those who stumbled along the way get back on their feet. More recently, rapid technological changes and increasing global competition have continued to deliver great economic benefits to the economy, through lower prices for consumer goods or advances in health care that prolong our lives or improvements in the quality and capabilities of everyday products. But this recent wave of change has also left some potential workers behind, by making it more difficult for them to find good job opportunities. For instance, recent research shows that over the past four decades the annual earnings of the median man with only a high school diploma have declined significantly. CDC believes that long-term prosperity is achieved not just through economic growth, but also through broad participation in that growth. In today’s economy, access to educational and skill-development opportunities is a crucial component of efforts to facilitate that broad participation. Improving traditional education is an obvious first step in preparing workers for well-paid jobs. CDC aimed at raising educational attainment and improving the quality of primary, secondary, and postsecondary education. However, other forms of workforce development must also play an important role.  The purpose of long term Training is to focus on the importance of developing workers’ skills through training and workforce development programs, and examines newly available evidence on policies that boost job opportunities and wages. In a dynamic economy, it is impractical to stand still and wait for old opportunities to reemerge. Rather, workers can take action and gain new and practical skills to improve their reemployment opportunities and find jobs more quickly, or to improve the quality of their jobs and the level of pay they receive. Training programs offer a unique opportunity to improve the well-being of less-skilled and displaced graduates.