Sanghol, India, March 20, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- This institute is the latest addition to the institutes of Cordia Educational Complex, at Sanghol Distt Fatehgarh Sahib, Punjab.
The vocational skills training courses will be taught in affiliation with the Vocational Training Charitable Trust, UK (VTCT) and will initially offer 3 courses in Beauty Therapy, Nail Services and Hairdressing and barbering. The courses would be of 6 months duration and would teach a batch of 25 students to begin with. CIVT will also introduce job fairs and campus interviews for outgoing students as part of the curriculum and support. CIVT also plans to introduce 1 year skilled courses in hospitality by the end of 2012, as part of their long term goals. All courses at CIVT will be taught by Staff who have been specially trained in delivering these courses under guidance from VTCT. The most modern and advanced Institute will offer both training and commercial services in two separate sections.
The affiliation comes as a result of long time discussions between Lord Rana, Founder and Funder of the CEC and Mr. Steven Vickers, Chairman VTCT. Lord Diljit Singh Rana, Baron Rana, MBE is a British politician and member of the House of Lords. Pursuant to these discussions, there were visits by key people of VTCT, UK to Sanghol to inspect the campus and study feasibility of the joint project.
The opening on the 28th of April will be attended by the Chairman of VTCT, Mr. Steven Vickers and Mr. Robin Boyce (Trustee VTCT). A team of 5 will be visiting Sanghol to open the first Cordia Institute of Vocational Training at CEC, Sanghol, Punjab.