Detergent Brand Makes Youth Career bright

Published: 23rd July 2015 01:12 AM  |   Last Updated: 23rd July 2015 01:12 AM   |  A+A-

CHENNAI: As part of a new social initiative called Rin Career Ready Academy, the detergent brand aims to inspire, educate and equip youth with livelihood skills to pursue 21st century careers. Rin Career Ready Academy is a fully sponsored initiative which will upskill deserving youth in order to make them ready for front facing jobs and increase their income potential. Rin, as part of the initiative, will engage directly with each individual to make an impact and through the same bring about a larger social change, one individual at a time. British Council is the training and certification partner for Rin Career Ready Academy and will design and deliver the course content, assessment and training. The three-week customised course will focus on communication and employability skills and and will be held in Chennai in August. Speaking on the occasion, Mei-kwei Barker, director, British Council South India, said, “We are delighted with the partnership with RIN on this new social initiative to educate deserving youth with 21st century skills.

 As part of Rin Career Ready Academy, British Council has designed a three-week face to face course where candidates will be mentored and trained to improve their English speaking skills and make them job ready at the end of the programme.”

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