( Assistant Electrician )

Sector Overview – Construction

About the Sector:
Construction activity creates physical assets in a number of sectors of the economy. Construction sector has two key segments:
(a) Buildings, falling into one of the following categories: residential, commercial, institutional and industrial
(b) Infrastructure such as road, rail, dams, canals, airports, power systems, telecommunication systems, urban infrastructure including water supply, sewerage, and drainage and rural infrastructure. Assets once created also need to be maintained.
Many upstream economic activities depend upon the construction sector. It is roughly estimated that 40–45 per cent of steel; 85 per cent of paint; 65–70 per cent of glass and significant portions of the output from automotive, mining and excavation equipment industries are used in the construction industry.

Sub Sector :
1. Real Estate (Residential, Commercial & Institutional)
2. Infrastructure (Roads, Railways, Bridges, Runways & Industrial Units)
3. Power Generation (Hydro, Thermal & Nuclear)

Projected Manpower requirement Scope :
According to National skill development report, the skilled construction worker requirement in next five years will be:

Sector Projected Manpower
Requirement - 2017
Projected Manpower
Requirement - 2022
Skilled Manpower
required in next 5 years
Construction 33,00,000 73,00,000 40,00,000

Vision India is a Transformational Human Capital Organization offering customized People and Process solutions in the domain of Skill Development, Staffing and Business Outsourcing by making people Employable, Efficient and Effective.
We firmly believe in the ideology of “Carving careers, beyond a Job”.

With the best in class infrastructure, practical and high quality training content along with trained and certified faculty, our endeavor is to build a comprehensive and robust training eco-system in line with the skills/competency standards and qualifications laid down by the Capital Goods Sector Skill Council which facilitates experiential learning among our trainees.
We have a structured and real time feedback mechanism in place with our industry partners to constantly update our skilling approach and ensure our training remains relevant and engaging. While every job role training offered by us is unique in terms of topics and session coverage, qualitatively our key focus areas are building:

  • arrow Technical competency
  • arrow Communication skills
  • arrow Computer Proficiency
  • arrow Professionalism among our candidates

Currently, we have one job roles in the CSDCI sector available across our skill centres. This job roles have been carefully identified, researched and selected keeping in mind the Industry requirements and maximize employment opportunities. This job roles is:
Assistant Electrician (CON/ Q0602)

Assistant Electrician (CON/ Q0602)

Job Description : It involves laying of cables/ wires from power source to desired equipment, installation and maintenance of common electrical equipment and machineries at construction sites.
Key Focus Areas: The targeted and desired training outcomes post training completion are:

Technical competency

  • arrow Select and use hand, power tools and electrical devices relevant to construction electrical works
  • arrow Install temporary lighting arrangement at construction sites
  • arrow Install LV electrical wiring at permanent structures
  • arrow Assemble, install and maintain temporary LV electrical panels (distribution boards) at construction site
  • arrow Work safely following health and safety standards

Communication skills

  • arrow Preparing for Interviews
  • arrow Understand and practice active listening
  • arrow Techniques to facilitate effective team and meeting communications
  • arrow Common reasons for interpersonal conflict
  • arrow Emotional Intelligence to deal with difficult situations

Computer Proficiency

  • arrow Ability to use computer systems and programs
  • arrow Familiarity with MS Office application (Knowledge of Basic Excel, Word, Power Point)
  • arrow Perform daily word processing tasks
  • arrow Perform tasks and work with data in Excel worksheets
  • arrow Create a simple presentation in PowerPoint, run it, and print it

Professionalism among our candidates

  • arrow Work effectively with others
  • arrow Adherence to Do’s and Don’ts of workplace
  • arrow Disciplined behaviors ( Grooming, Punctuality, Ethical conduct)

Who Can Attend : Any person who is 18 years or more and has minimum education of 10th standard can attend the program.

Total Course Duration : 400 Hours

Vision India is committed to provide suitable employment opportunities to all our trainees and our associates. Our biggest value proposition is our In-house synergy between our Skill development projects, Staffing vertical and RBPO which places us in an unique and enviable position in the market to offer Captive placement to our trainees across multiple job roles. In addition to this, we have strategic alliances with many industry partners across various sectors to provide a steady and sustainable flow of job opportunities.

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