Category Archives: Skill Training

Assisting skill training students with their educational material

Since 2000, SPPD has helped many poor and less educated youth to become skilled in the field of nursing and catering, of which 92% of this number are job placed with a decent livelihood. These students are also encouraged to take up an additional degree program which will enhance their scope for job prospects through distance education.

The support from on-going funders has helped us to reach out to students with their educational material. Picture below – our students who are pursuing their training programme at Hot Breads, Chennai receive their study material.

16603058_1516103715128792_7281720284329147079_n

Catering students selected at Campus Interview

Campus interview held by Mamalla Resorts, Mahabalipuram, Chennai on 4th April 2016 at our campus. Ten students were selected of which 5 students who have completed their II year course are appointed as staff while the other 5, Ist year students are appointed as trainees in their prestigious hotel.

image063

Inaugural of kitchen at SPPD campus

It was a great honour and blessing to welcome Very Rev.Dermot Dunne, Dean of Christ Church Cathedral, Dublin; his wife Mrs.Celia and Mr.Andrew McElroy, Ireland on the occasion of the inaugural of the new kitchen for the youth skill programme pursing hospitality at SPPD Community Center with the support of Give2Asia, USA.

To add more beauty and freshness to our campus, the Chief guest was also invited to plant tree saplings near the new structure followed by the distribution of educational material kit to middle and high school students and nutritional kit to children who are infected/affected by HIV-AIDS.

 

Copy of image045

Graduation day – time for our students to remember they have to reach higher stages of life, chase their dreams and shoulder responsibilities. 

It was a special event for SPPD and our beneficiaries who have been supported from their high schooling till their Paramedical Training Courses with the support of Joe Homan Charity (JHC) . Parents and students expressed their gratitude and shared their experiences during the event. All of them are successfully placed in various hospitals. This has encouraged them to live independently, financially support their family and their sibling’s education too.

Nursing 01

We cannot always build the future for our youth, but we can build our youth for the future – Franklin D.Roosevelt

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA

Graduation Ceremony

Mr.Tom, Executive Director, Mr .Balasundaram – Vice President, Mr.Arthur – General Manager from FORD INDIA honored the graduation ceremony of the third batch of 230 women who have successfully completed their six month tailoring program

DSC02867DSC02847

Our first batch of skill training students have successfully completed their assessment exam

Our first batch of skill training students have successfully completed their assessment exam

%d bloggers like this: