The Skill development council is based upon the mutual cooperation between private and public organizations with the association of “Employers Federation of Pakistan”. The private business sector has played a major role in the progress of Skill development council. History- Human Resource development has limitations and cannot fulfill the requirements of stakeholders, so there is a need of establishing the most responsible institution. The council was established by the government of Pakistan under the ordinance passed in 1980 with amendments in 2002. Aims and objectives- The council is responsible for the arrangements of technical/professional, vocational training on private and public bases. The council is especially focusing on IT-based technical training to develop skilled trainers. The training is provided with complete freedom and flexibility and we tried to minimize the fee structure of courses. Courses and training offered- They are providing opportunities to candidates belong to technical and vocational institutions. They are facilitating both in-house and institutional training. The courses include MS project, Auto CAD, communication skills, Net chat, Pro engineering wildfire, auto mechanical desktop, graphic designing and Linux. Our institutional training includes different courses like MS office, adobe Photoshop, auto engineering and diplomas. Institutions- We are serving throughout Pakistan. The council is federally based and controlled by the government of Pakistan. The main office is located in Islamabad and many sub-offices are spreading throughout the Punjab. The technical education is necessary because modern age needs technical development to provide better facilities. The institutions providing technical education are far less in our country so we need a platform for the support of our technical education. The Skill development council is responsible to the development of training centers for the proper technical education and helps to cooperate the private and public sectors for this purpose.
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