Excelus Learning Solutions: Enhancing Employability of the Indian Youth

Ravi Tennety,CEOTechnology today is driving trends in the world around us. Companies are bracing themselves for an influx of millennials who are expected to transform the work environment in every aspect. The modern workplace is evolving with economic changes, technological progression, automation, and globalization. Business leaders must demonstrate an understanding of the latest workplace trends to create a positive, flexible, and collaborative environment to encourage modern workers. To create and manage a workplace that suits all employees, Excelus Learning Solutions (A Quess Company) works towards educating, empowering, and enabling India's youth to improve their employability through customized, relevant job-ready training programs. The company is among the largest facilitators of skill-based employability in the country. With PAN India training and mobilization infrastructure, copyrighted in-house content, and more than a thousand trainers, Excelus has the preferred partner to Corporate India and a reliable ally to the government initiatives.

"We provide learning solutions for a comprehensive enablement with enhanced employability prospect in collaboration with government, corporate and industry partners. In the capacity of a Champion Employer PIA, we are present across 18 states in the country implementing various government led training programmes in more than 95 centres. Our experience in providing staffing solutions
across various industries provides us with an understanding of skill sets valued by employers. We are affiliated partners of NSDC with 85 job roles in 17 sector skill councils developed in-house," explained Ravi Tennety, CEO, Excelus Learning Solutions.

Implementation of Skill Development for Employment
Excelus is one of the India's leading providers of instructor-led vocational training to youth and is the lead implementation partner with various central government and state government bodies. As the largest private-sector employer, the company has secure industry connections across the country with more than 500 corporate brands. Quess serves over 2,600 clients worldwide in ten countries with 3,85,000 professionals. Excelus has already trained a lakh of underserved rural youth across 20 states. In the capacity of champion employer partner, the company has been recognized as the Best Implementation Partner in states such as Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Haryana, and Chhattisgarh. "We skill more than a lakh of youth annually, with in-house training and curriculum. Additionally, we are active contributors to the missions of Samagra Shiksha Abhiyan and has collaborated with 765 schools in 6 states," added Ravi.

We are active contributors to the missions of Samagra Shiksha Abhiyan and has collaborated with 765 schools in 6 states

Moreover, even though COVID times, Excelus is focusing on providing a blended learning experience to the aspiring candidates through the instructor-led and online training on the web-based and app-based in-house developed LMS platform. The company's trainers have the right exposure and expertise to guide the students through the learning sessions. The firm has taken all the necessary steps to accommodate the needs of the candidates placed with their clients. With support from the client organizations, Excelus has ensured to extend all the possible support during the lockdown period. Further, Excelus in-house team is also responsible for developing 61 copyrighted courses in association with 16 sector skill councils. Excelus has been recognized as the Best Training Partner for Social Initiative, Assessment & Certification by Tourism & Hospitality Sector Skill Council of India.

Founded in 2010, Excelus collaborate with corporates to develop customized learning solutions and work towards providing sustainable livelihood opportunities for the youth as per their interests. The company can offer such efficiency because of strong client network ensures placement assistance to the trained candidates. The company aims to position itself as a beacon of hope to the Indian youth, building a scalable, sustainable, and contemporary skilling practice.