Women play multitudinous roles in society. Quite often, due to personal and family responsibilities, women choose to opt out from their career. Later, when these women decide to restart their professional journey after a break, they are apprehensive and could do with guidance and hand-holding. Taking a break from work can be a liberating & daunting task for women.
A large number of capable, committed and ambitious women decide to remain outside the workforce for a number of reasons such as marriage, motherhood, locational constraints, family commitments, pursuit of personal passions etc. Many of these women who want to return to work and are looking for a way to harmonies professional and personal lives, hesitate as they are unsure of the opportunities and the mechanisms that they will encounter in mainstream careers. The resulting loss is two-fold: the women let go of their professional aspirations, while businesses lose out on the productivity of a sizable portion of the talent pool.
Nearly 50 per cent of the female workforce in India stops working after three years, because of young children, aging parents, or marriage. This roughly accounts to 10 million graduate and post-graduate women. In fact, a good number of women who want to resume work are unable to do so owing to strenuous, inflexible timings and competitive work culture.
In this context, ICFOSS is offering an opportunity that allows women, who have taken a break from their career, due to personal commitments, to restart their career in various free software domains. It offers a profusion of second career options so that women can choose to return to work, one baby step at a time or bounce back with double the vigour.
To create systemic pathways to facilitate the reentry of women into the workplace.
Mould the participants technically, to face the challenges in work environment and toachive professional goals.
To update the participants on current technologies in the particular domain by providing hands on training.
To make them financially independent and ensure greater women participation in the workforce.
Mode of training
Our systematic approach includes skills assessment, intensive training, and mentoring that helps women returnees ensure they are prepared and sets them up for success in their search for employment and beyond.
11 days training on Android Development
Now a days smartphones have become the best companion of human being and an average of 87.7 per cent of the world’s smartphones run on Android OS. The total number of smartphones is expected to hit 6 billion by 2020. Day by day a lot of Android applications are developed which influence our day to day activities. So there is a heavy demand for Android developers currently in the market.
Phase I : 18th – 20th Nov 2019
Phase II: 25th – 27th Nov 2019
Phase III: 2nd – 4th Dec 2019
Phase IV: 9th – 10th Dec 2019
There will be a registration fee of Rs 1500/- for the programme.