IFERP Skill Development Programs

At IFERP, we define key skills as transferable skills - those attributes that can be developed and applied as well as also transferred to a variety of situations. We believe the transferable development of skills should be the focus of every modern skill development program. Increasingly, the focus is on students and early-career professionals gaining skills in a wide variety of subject areas and attributes that might be outside of their normal set of skills.

Today, key skills are identified as important by potential employers, who use them to assess each candidate and their suitability for use. Formulating these attributes and skills is the essence of IFERPs Skill Development Programs. These programs equip students and professionals with the key skills they need to excel in the professional world. IFERP ensures that our Skill Development Programs offer training, seminars, and events that conform to global standards.

Upcoming Skill Development Programs

'Workshop on Crypto and Block Chain'

This Blockchain and Cryptocurrency webinar offers a deep understanding of improving your finances with cryptocurrency and Blockchain trading. Learn strategic trading practices and capitalize on the flexibility of cryptocurrencies to grow your wealth. Future-proof yourself with the necessary skill sets with our value-packed webinar.

Date : 10/04/2024 | Time : 05:30 PM to 07:00 PM (IST)

'Intellectual Property Rights, Protection & Valuation'

In this webinar, you will learn how IPR serves as a safety net, fostering an environment where ideas can flourish without fear of unauthorized use. Patents safeguard inventions, allowing inventors exclusive rights to their creations for a set period. You will get a deep understanding of how these rights bring tangible benefits to creators.

Date : 24 & 26/04/2024 | Time : 05:30 PM to 07:00 PM (IST)

The four key domains to identify the skills needed by all participants:

Domain A - Intellectual Knowledge & Skills
  • Research skills and techniques (skills to conduct research)
  • Project-specific skills (any specific skills)
Domain B - Personal Effectiveness
  • Personal effectiveness (to achieve research objectives)
  • Career management (professional development)
Domain C - Governance & Organization Of Research
  • Research environment (i.e. understanding of context, ethics, and integrity)
  • Research management (project & research)
Domain D - Engagement, Influence & Impact
  • Communication skills (to engage with diverse audiences)
  • Networking and teamwork (to understand and influence behaviors)
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