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Skil Development Prog.

Hospitality-Skill Development Training Program


Program Execution Plan And Process

The training program is divided in to two modules. (1) Theoretical Training program (2) Practical/ On-the-Job Training programs . The theoretical training program consists of initial 3 months of the program followed by the 6 months on-the-job training programs in the cafebility outlets. The candidates are selected on predetermined selection criteria set by the organization, they are “Ability to perform certain tasks”, “Disability such as Down syndrome, low vision, loco motor disability, hearing impairments, mild intellectual impairment”, The Candidates has to be a disability certificate holder. We also seek consent from PWDs on interest to undergo the training also acknowledgment and consent from their parents/Guardians. Cafebility Collects Seeks the help of likeminded people and other Non Profit Organizations working in the locality with persons with disabilities for the identification of trainees. All mobilized PWDs do go through a orientation program on hospitality sector an understanding of job before enrolling into the training program.

Job placement

After the training in a protected environment, we seek mainstream work for our trainees via partnerships with hotels, cafes and restaurants and local social partners. At the end of the training period/ each batches CAFEBILITY job fair will bring together different stakeholders (trainees, hospitality sector, NGOs, disability organizations, people from similar initiatives, social entrepreneurs, etc) to raise further job opportunities and awareness across the sector. Indian legislation dictates bigger companies must give 2% of their net profits to charitable causes. That is the reason more and more companies are looking to work with NGOs and to hire staff with disabilities. Our marketing and awareness strategies will therefore include workshops for potential hospitality industry employers covering government policy a demonstrating the potential of this target group. Cafebility will try to employ the maximum number of PWDs completed training under Cafebility.

On the Job Training

On-the-job training are tailor-made bearing in mind the specific physical and mental (dis)abilities of each student. Trainees work as instructed by trainers of Cafebility. Trainees learn about food product structures, dealing with customers and selling products, management skills etc. Trainees are challenged to develop their talents and maximize their skills during these 3 months of practical training programs. After going through the on-job training, the trainees will be able to: • Develop skill in various food preparation procedures; • Know various kinds of ingredients used in cooking; • Have working knowledge of equipment’s needed for Cafes; • Having working knowledge of cash register and book keeping. Thorough training prepares trainees for employment in the local hospitality industry. Cafebility will advocate with cooperative and local companies, cafes, restaurants etc. for the job placement of the trainees.

Theoretical classes

Through the theoretical classes/workshops, seminars etc. PWDs (predominantly those with speech and hearing impairment and locomotor disability) will be selected to undergo a 1 month extra skill development training that will make them ready for subsequent employment-led training. The theoretical training covers the following: • Foundation skills - The ability to read, understand, and use written material and basic numerical information is an important basic skill for our daily lives, as is the ability to understand social rights and obligations. • Communication skills – language, listening and understanding, asking questions, using literacy and numeracy in work settings, persuading, negotiating, sharing information, being assertive and empathizing. • Team skills – working with people of different ages, gender, race, religion, ethnicity, culture and types of disabilities, working as both an individual and as part of a team, knowing how to define one’s role in a team, identifying the strengths of other team members, coaching, mentoring and giving feedback. • Planning and organizing skills – managing time and priorities, being resourceful, establishing goals, planning the use of resources, evaluating alternatives, predicting risk, collecting and organizing information, understanding basic business systems and their relationships. • Self-management skills – having a personal vision and goals, evaluating and monitoring own performance, articulating own ideas and vision, taking responsibility, being on time, being efficient, and being self-confident. • Entrepreneurial and business management skills - Entrepreneurial and business management skills are those required to succeed in a small business. They include book keeping, risk assessment, market analysis, planning, goal setting, problem solving, how to obtain information and other related skills.