In its effort to provide skills training globally to youth through faculty who are competent, industry aligned and certified by SSC, Globsyn has initiated a Faculty Farm wherein Globsyn’s faculty have already reached out to provide training in Bangladesh as a part of a joint project with Ernst & Young (EY). For the first phase of the project, a group of six trainers- three for dotNET, two for Soft Skills and one for Java, have been assigned the task of training Bangladeshi youth across several locations in that country. Globsyn has a plan to export 100 SSC certified trainers in 2015-16 and the next project is slated to start in Dubai and thereafter spread to other locations internationally.
The curriculum for the training has been conceived along the lines of the Knowledge Finishing School System (KFS) which is a pedagogy that Globsyn had pioneered in 1997 as a means to shape IT and non-IT students for the industry. Faculty Farm envisages a training programme which not only imparts hard core IT skills training but also incorporates Soft Skills Sessions aimed at grooming the participants for corporate communication. Implementation of the skills training programme will translate into Globsyn adding a significant number of skilled resources to the global labour community together with creating a pool of faculty who are ready to deliver the training modules efficiently across geo-political boundaries.