|1||27 Sep 14||First Governing Council meeting|
|2||18 Dec 14||Second Governing Council meeting|
|3||31 Jan 14||Third Governing Council meeting|
|4||29 Jun 14||Third Governing Council meeting|
|5||12 Sep 14||Incorporation as Section 8 Company (Companies Act 2013)|
|6||31 Dec 14||Signing of Grant Agreement with NSDC|
|1||19 Feb 15||Shri. T Suvarna Raju took over as Chairman|
|2||27 Jul 15||Shri D Peter Immanuel joins as the Chief Executive Officer|
|3||04 Sep 15||1st Installment of Grant credited in the bank|
|4||24 Sep 15||Roundtable on setting up Aviation Multi Skill Institutes was held in Bangalore, by Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship &
Asian Development Bank officials.
|5||30 Sep 15||Fifth Governing Council meeting|
|6||29 Oct 15||First QP NOS Subcommittee meeting|
|7||04 Dec 15||Sixth Governing Council meeting|
|8||14 Dec 15||Second QP NOS Subcommittee meeting|
|1||31 Mar 16||Evaluation of bidders/ consultants for development of NOS|
|2||15 Apr 16||Contract signed with KPMG Advisory Services Private Ltd for development of National Occupational Standards|
|3||22 Apr 16||Seventh Governing Council meeting|
|4||03 May 16||Launch of website|
|5||04 May 16||Third QP NOS Subcommittee meeting|
|6||24 May 16||Fourth QP NOS Subcommittee meeting|
|7||14 Jun 16||Fifth QP NOS Subcommittee meeting|
|8||05 Jul 16||Sixth QP NOS Subcommittee meeting|
|9||02 Aug 16||Seventh QP NOS Subcommittee meeting|
|10||09 Dec 16||Eighth QP NOS Subcommittee meeting|
|11||01 Jun 16||AASSC shifted to renovated office|
|12||15 Sep 16||Eighth Governing Council meeting & Second Annual General Meeting|
|1||04 Feb 17||Ninth QP NOS Subcommittee meeting|
|2||03 Mar 17||Ninth Governing Council meeting|
|3||03 Apr 17||First Training & Industry Engagement Subcommittee meeting|
|4||13 May 17||Second Training & Industry Engagement Subcommittee meeting|
|5||11 Jul 17||First Training partner Affiliated under AASSC|
|6||12 Aug 17||Six Assessment Bodies are affiliated under AASSC|
|7||15 Sep 17||Tenth Governing Council meeting & Third Annual General Meeting|
|8||29 Nov 17||AASSC & Department for International Development (DFID), UK organized Roundtable on Skill development to meet the growing
demand in Aerospace & aviation sector
|9||30 Nov 17||Content development completed for Five Aviation Job roles (Airline Cargo Assistant, Airline Baggage Handler, Airline Customer Service
Executive, Airline Security Executive & Airline Reservation Agent)
|10||23 Dec 17||Nine Job roles of AASSC accepted by NSDC, with this 47 job roles have been accepted by NSDC.|
|1||02 Jan 18||A team from AASSC participated in the annual ‘Admya Chethana’ event held at National College ground, Bangalore between 30 Dec to 02 Jan
18, to spread awareness about the skill development activities under the ‘Skill India’ initiative
|2||19 Jan 18||AASSC organized along with BCIC the Seminar on Aerospace & Aviation Industry Skill development needs, Challenges, Opportunities, Road
map and way forward, Bangalore. The seminar was inaugurated by Hon’ble Union Minister of State for Skill Development &Entrepreneurship Shri Anantkumar Hegde
|3||19 Jan 18||Inauguration of Centre of Excellence for Aerospace Design Training of P3 Group by Hon’ble Union Minister of State for Skill Development & Entrepreneurship Shri Anatkumar Hegde at Whitefield, Bangalore by P3 Consulting Engineering along with AASSC & NSDC|
|4||20 Jan 18||AASSC participated in the job mela (Rozgar Mela) conducted by M/s NSDC at Bellary, inaugurated by honourable MoS, MSDE|
|5||27 Feb 18||Inauguration of Aviation Multi Skill Development Centre at Chandigarh along with AASSC & NSDC with CSR contribution from Airport
Authority of India (AAI) and active support of Ministry of Civil Aviation to train 2360 candidates over 3 years. Inaugurated by Union Minister
of Civil Aviation Shri Pusapati Ashok Gajapathi Raju, in the presence of Smt Kirron Kher MP & Prof Prem Singh Chandumajra MP
|6||05 to 09 Mar 18||AASSC and Department for International Development (DFID), a UK Government department had jointly organised Training of Trainers
(ToT). The objective of ToT program was to equip participants with the skills to design and deliver short training sessions and become an
effective trainer. 22 Trainers were trained.
|7||12 to 16 Mar 18||Training of Assessors (ToA) , program phase I, was conducted from 12 to 16 March 2018, focused on “Understanding the principles and practices
of assessment”. 11 Assessors representing Aerospace & Aviation industry joined the ToA program
|8||08 & 09 Mar 18||Round table on skill development during Wings India 2018 event at Hyderabad was anchored by AASSC. During the discussions, the
existing level of competence across various segments of the civil aviation sector, efforts needed to bridge the skill gap and reviewing
the capacity building opportunities in different segments of the sector were explored.
|9||19 Apr 18||GKN Aerospace India signs an MoU with P3 Academy for rolling out skill development program against CSR in partnership with Aerospace
& Aviation Sector Skill Council (AASSC) with the aim of providing technical and sector based skills training and facilitate 100%
|10||07 to 11 May 18||D Peter Immanuel, CEO, visited Singapore along with NSDC and selected SSC’s to discuss establishment of state-of-the-art National
Trainer and Assessor Academies Across India under World Bankfunded SANKALP. NSDC ties up with Singapore Polytechnic, Temasek
Foundation International to set up academies in India.
|11||05 Jun 18||The assessment of the batch of candidates trained under the CSR project of Aviation Multi Skill Development Center , AAI at
Chandigarh was carried out. 61 candidates of the first batch of the 3 Job Roles of Airline Customer Service Executive, Airline Reservation
Agent & Airline Security Executive was done.
|12||07 Jun 18||Eleventh Governing Council meeting|
|13||21 to 23 Jun 18||World Skills India Regional (South) competition in ‘Aircraft Maintenance’ skills was conducted at M/s VSM Institute of Aerospace
Engineering & Technology, out of more than 1000 candidates candidates 12 shortlisted youth from all over India participated in the
competitions. 6 candidates were shortlisted for the finals (National level) to be conducted in New Delhi during Sep 2018.
Mr. Punneth GS (HAL) and Ms. Archana K Y (VSM Institute of Aerospace engineering Technology) were awarded the winner &
runner-up candidates for the Regional competitions.
|14||15 Jul 18||Aerospace & Aviation Sector Skill Council (AASSC) & SkillSonics deliberated on specific programs related to skill development in the
Aerospace & Aviation sector. An MoU also was signed. SkillSonics India Pvt Ltd implements customized Swiss vocational and education
training programs adapted to India at companies and training institutes.
|15||15 to 17 Jul 18||AASSC participated and put a stall in India Skills Regional Competition East 2018 at Bhubaneswar. Shri Dharmendra Pradhan, Union Minister,
visited the AASSC stall.
|16||25 Jul 18||Mr A N Chandramouli, Director AASSC & D Peter Immanuel, CEO AASSC visited C V Raman Group of Institutions in Bhubaneswar. Mr Sanjib
Rout, the Founder & Chairman hosted the AASSC team.
|17||31 Jul 18||6 batches of 173 candidates from Indian Navy for Airline Security Executive Job Role were trained & certified at Kochi under the PMKVYRPL(
Recognition of Prior Learning) scheme. The training was successfully conducted between May 2018 and July 2018.
|18||06 to 10 Aug 18||AASSC and Department for International Development (DFID), a UK government department jointly organised the Phase-II of Training of
Trainer (ToT) workshop in Bengaluru. 23 trainers were trained
|19||17 Aug 18||Society of Indian Aerospace Technologies and Industries (SIATI) with support from Aerospace & Aviation Sector Skill Council (AASSC)
conducted a seminar on "Skill Development for Creation of World Class Aerospace & Aviation Ecosystem"
|20||21 Aug 18||A ‘Boot Camp’ for the finalists (6 candidates) of WorldSkills India competitions were held at ‘School of Aeronautics, Neemrana’ between
20 Aug to 03 Sep 2018.
|21||31 Aug 18||Annamalai University launched the first B Voc in Airport Operations, which is the first such program in Aviation sector in India. The Mr D
Peter Immanuel CEO, AASSC was the Chief Guest during the inaugural program held in Chidambaram.
|22||31 Aug 18||Under PMKVY(2016-20) plan includes 5 Job roles of AASSC|
|23||31 Aug 18||Training for 260 candidates under the DDUGKY(Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Grameen Kaushalya Yojana) scheme through Kerala State government
for “Airline Customer Service Executive”Job Role has begun. This project is for Rs 2.96 crores. 27 candidates for 4 Job Roles have been
assessed and certified for the same.
|24||01 Sep 18||Shri R Madhavan takes over as Chairman|
|25||24 Sep 18||Twelfth Governing Council meeting & Fourth Annual General Meeting|
|26||25 Sep 18||AASSC team visited Lufthansa Technik Services India Ltd in Bangalore for the inauguration of their new office and it is working closely with
AASSC on certain areas of skill development
|27||06 Oct 18||The National Skill Competition for Aircraft Maintenance trade commenced on 30 Sep 18, a week-long event. Six finalists who were
earlier selected through Regional competition held in Bangalore, took part in the event. Winners were announced in closing ceremony of
Nationals at New Delhi. Gold was won by Archana K Y, Silver by Sri Ganesha Ananda and bronze by Puneeth G S & Rahul
|28||01 to 05 Oct 18||BRICS 2018 Future Skill Challenge was held in Johannesburg, Only few priority sectors were part of the event from India and Aerospace &
Aviation was one among them. India, through AASSC took part in 2 trades viz Aircraft Composites Trade & Aircraft Sheet Metal Trade.
|29||31 Oct 18||Valedictory function of Aerospace Structural Design Engineer Program of GKN Aerospace was held. Shri Dominic Mcallister, British Deputy
High Commissioner Bangalore was the Chief Guest. P3 Academy was the training/implementation partner.
|30||13 Nov 18||AASSC conducted a Focused Group Discussion on NAPS - National Apprentice Promotion Scheme at the AASSC Office, Bangalore. About
12 stake holders from Aerospace & Aviation industry attended the discussion in the presence of NSDC representative Mr. Vasu Sharma.
|31||19 to 23 Nov 18||The Training of Trainer (ToT) Program conducted by AASSC, Bangalore.
10 trainers were trained.
|32||30 Nov 18||NSDC & AASSC along with Bangalore International Airport Limited (BIAL) conducted an interactive discussion on Apprenticeship/RPL 4
(Best-In-Class-Employer) at ‘Ashoka Hall’ at ‘Alpha 3’ building of Bangalore International Airport Limited (BIAL)
|33||08 Dec 18||AASSC conducted assessments for Vervve Institute of Aviation candidates for the Airline Customer Service Job Role. The assessments
were conducted for 18 candidates at the Bangalore .
|34||12 Dec 18||Agreement between AASSC and Air India SATS Pvt. Ltd. signed for the conduct of Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL – 4 certifications Best In
Class Employer, BICE) on 12 December 2018. 6733 employees across 5 locations will benefit from the programme.
|1||12 Jan 19||AASSC participated in Rojgar mela on the occasion of National youth day at Chowdaiah Memorial Hall, Bangalore. Colleges & schools in &
around Malleshwaram took part in the event.
|2||21 Jan 19||D Peter Immanuel, CEO AASSC took part in Inauguration of the Bridge Course at Dynamatic Aerospace Skill Development Center,
Devanahalli. The course curriculum is aligned to the Aerospace & Aviation Skill Framework developed by AASSC.
|3||02 Feb 19||D Peter Immanuel, CEO AASSC attended formal announcement ceremony at Holiday Inn, Mumbai of Launch of Recognition of Prior
Learning RPL-BICE. Air India SATS is the first company in aviation sector to join hands with AASSC & National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC) on RPL (BICE)
|4||04 Feb 19||Ascensive Educare Private Limited, an Training Partner based in Tripura provided training under the PMKVY-CSSM scheme for the Job
role of Airline Reservation Agent. The training was provided for 30 candidates under the above mentioned scheme. AASSC conducted the assessments today.
|5||11 to 15 Feb 19||AASSC and Department for International Development (DFID), a UK government department jointly organised the Phase-III of Training of
Trainer (ToT) workshop in Bengaluru. 20 trainers were trained
|6||18 Feb 19||D Peter Immanuel, CEO AASSC took part in the panel discussion on "Indian Aerospace & Aviation Industry - MSME & their Supply Chain"
organised by Bangalore Chamber of Industry & Commerce (BCIC)
|7||20 to 24 Feb 19||AASSC/ NSDC jointly with MoD, MSDE and MoCA had set up a ‘Aero Skills Pavilion’ at the AeroIndia Show 2019 at Yelahanka , Bangalore
from 20th Feb 2019 to 24th Feb 2019. The pavilion had 20 stalls where Training Partners/ Companies displayed their contributions towards skill development in the domain of Aerospace & Aviation.
|8||23 Feb 19||Aero Skills Seminar was held at AeroIndia Seminar Hall on Skilling for Creating a World-class Workforce. During the seminar MoU was signed
between NSDC, Terra Orient Skills Academy and Singapore Poly to boost skill development opportunities in aerospace and aviation
sectors in collaboration with AASSC for the youth and industry. In the afternoon, there was a session connecting Indian Air Force with the Industry and the Training Partners.
|9||28 Jan to 28 Feb 19||Domestic Training Programme was conducted for World Skills competition finalist at School of Aeronautics, Neemrana|
|10||01 Mar 19||Jazzy, a Training Provider based in Assam provided training for Airline Cabin Crew Job Role of AASSC under the state funded skilling
programme. The assessments under the scheme was conducted for conducted today for the 22 candidates trained under the scheme for certification
|11||11 to 15 Mar 19||AASSC and Department for International Development (DFID), a UK government department jointly organised the Phase-II of Training of
Assessors (ToA) workshop in Bengaluru. 10 Assessors representing Aerospace & Aviation industry joined the ToA program
|12||31 Mar 19||Assessments for 500 candidates was lined up beginning in March 2019, for the Job Role of Airline First Officer in Assam. The candidates have
been funded for training under the Seekho aur Kamao scheme by the state government.
|13||10 Mar to 12 Apr 19||International Training and immersion programme was conducted for Two ( Archana K Y & Sri Ganesha A) prospective Indian participants of
World Skills Competition in August 2019 (at Kazan Russia) in Aircraft Maintenance trade at Singapore Polytechnic.
|14||08 Apr 19||Grafx IT Solutions Private Limited , a Training Partner based in Andhra Pradesh provided training under the PMKVY-CSSM scheme for the Job role of Airline Customer Service Executive. The assessments under the scheme was conducted for the 30 candidates trained under the scheme for
|15||22 to 26 Apr 19||The Training of Trainer (ToT) Program conducted by AASSC at GMR Aviation Academy at Hyderabad. 11 trainers were trained.|
|16||22 Apr 19||Thirteenth Governing Council meeting|
|17||26 Apr 19||Launch of the ‘Aviation Skill Development Center of at Ville Parle, Mumbai on 26th April’ 2019 by IL&FS Skill Development Corporation
Limited. ILFS Skills will be working as Training Implementation partner for CSR Project of Airport Authority of India. The training will be for the
Job Roles of Airline Customer Service Executive, Airline Reservation Agent, Airline Baggage Handler & Airline Cargo Assistant. The first batch of training for 30 candidates for Airline Customer Service Executive began on the May 9th 2019
|18||28 Apr to 4 May
|The Training of Trainer (ToT) Program conducted by AASSC at GMR Aviation Academy at New Delhi. 10 trainers were trained.|
|19||25 May 19||Indian delegation took part in WorldSkills Russian National Competition (20th - 24th May 2019) led by NSDC. Aircraft maintenance
trade was represented Sri Ganesh. Mr. Sukumar was the official representative of AASSC.
|20||01 Jun 19||The Centre of Excellence for Aerospace Manufacturing & Assembly & Design was inaugurated in the CSIR-NAL premises. Initially, the
Centre will offer 5-6 job roles in the Aerospace Manufacturing and Design sub-sectors. The course duration ranges from 4 weeks to 4
months, with an anticipated intake of 150 trainees during the first year. CSIR-NAL’s initiative will give a big boost to the Skill
Development Mission of the Government of India under NSDC. This Centre will offer a number of skill development and skill upgradation
courses in partnership with the Aviation and Aerospace Sector Skill Council (AASSC) to the ITI and Diploma qualified youth, in addition to industry workers.
|21||07 Jun 19||Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) programme commenced for Indian Navy personnel for 3 Aviation Job Roles. The assessments are
being facilitated IL&FS Skills for 472 candidates for 3 Job Roles of Aircraft Powerplant Technician, Aircraft Instrument Technician &
Airline Security Executive. The assessments are planned until Sep 2019 for the personnel. The first of the assessments was conducted for Aircraft Powerplant Technician Job Role.
|22||12 Jun 19||A pilot project proposal for RPL programme at Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd , Bangalore was submitted to NSDC. The RPL programme is for
230 candidates for implementation was approved today. The Job Roles of AASSC for certification through this programme are
Aerospace Structural Fitter , Aerospace CNC Machinist, Aerospace Composite Technician & Aerospace Conventional Machinist.
|23||05 Jul 19||AASSC in association with DFID-UK, NSDC & KPMG organised a workshop for promoting the National Apprenticeship Promotion
Scheme (NAPS) at ITC Windsor in Bangalore . The workshop was aimed at the industry participants specifically from the Aerospace &
Aviation domain. The event witnessed good participation from the industry and useful interactions. Chetan. S, Manager -SAC from
AASSC briefed the audience about the role of the SSC in the implementation of NAPS
|24||15 Jul 19||GKN Aerospace India has sponsored a CSR program to train 10 bright & young engineering graduates on Aerospace Design & Analysis as
per framework developed by #AASSC. The program is being carried out by BridgeNow Academy, a P3 Group initiative, at Bangalore
location. The duration of the program is 16 weeks, where in the Trainees would gain in-depth domain knowledge of Aircraft systems
and undergo hands-on training in Aerostructure design & analysis using CAD & CAE software. Post completion of the training, the
trainees would undergo evaluation by BridgeNow Academy and assessment under norms specified by AASSC.
|25||15 Jul 19||A Training of Trainers(ToT) Programme commenced in Delhi from the 15th July 2019 for Unique Foundation and it’s training centers are
planning to skill candidates under the PMKVY schemes across its centers in aviation job roles. This ToT programme was also organised
in Delhi for 20 trainers, who took part in the 5 day programme. Mr Bhargava Ramanna, a Master Trainer associated with AASSC
conducted this programme.
|26||15 Jul 19||The Training of Trainer Program conducted by AASSC commenced at Jet Serve Aviation Pvt. Ltd (Training Partner), West Delhi. today. The
program focuses on Platform Skills required to be a good trainer. 10 participants from the Training Partner are taking part in this 5-day
programme. A Master Trainer, Rinaldo Rhine associated with AASSC conducted the training.
|27||15 Jul 19||A stakeholder meeting for the approval of Job Roles to be considered for approval by NSDA was held in Delhi. 9 of the 10 Job Roles of
AASSC will be considered for approval by NSDA in the upcoming NSQC meeting for approval.
|28||17 Jul 19||AASSC and Air Cargo Forum India (ACFI) held a meeting at the Bangalore International Airport Ltd today. ACFI was represented by
Mr Tushar Jani, Chairman , ACFI and other senior officials of ACFI. Mr Tushar Jani, is the founder of Blue Dart Aviation Ltd. AASSC was
represented by Mr D Peter Immanuel CEO, AASSC and Mr Chetan S, Manager- SAC, AASSC.
|29||20 Jul 19||AASSC and ACFI (Air Cargo Forum India) signed an MoU at Delhi. The MoU was signed for making efforts to ensure the availability of skilled
manpower in the AirCargo segment of the aviation industry. The Air Cargo domain represents a significant share in terms of jobs in the
Airport, Cargo & Ground Handling subsector. The MoU was signed on the occasion of the AGM of the ACFI in Delhi. Mr Tushar Jani,
President, ACFI and Mr Chetan S, Manager-SAC, AASSC signed the MoU on behalf of their respective organisations.
|30||22 Jul 19||A Training of Trainers(ToT) Programme commenced in Bangalore. This ToT programme was organised for 14 trainers, who are taking
part in the 5 day programme. Ms Divya, a Master Trainer associated with AASSC conducted this programme. Trainers from Madras Flying
Club, RedBird Aviation and other training partners are taking in the programme.
|31||13 Aug 2019||A meeting was held at TATA Advanced Materials Ltd (TAML) to explore various ways of engagement. TAML was represented by Madhu Sudana Sankar, Senior Manager and Mr Chetan S represented AASSC. TAML employs more than 500 skilled engineers and operators. TAML manufactures Composite Parts for Space Applications, Structural Components, Engine Components, Personal and Vehicle Armour and various other Industrial Applications for various OEMs and Tier 1s in the Aerospace & Defense domain. During the meeting, the importance of the skilled and trained manpower for the aerospace subsector, to enhance the productivity of the companies was emphasized.|
|32||04 Sep 2019||Fourteenth Governing Council meeting was held at HAL- Corporate Office, Bengaluru.|
|33||17 Sep 2019||NSDC has designed “Skills Fund” has been designed to establish a public private partnership mechanism that brings together all stakeholders with the shared vision of improving outcomes of the skill development initiatives in India. This project is a key component of the World Bank funded “SANKALP” programme of Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship. A preliminary discussion on broad contours of Skill Fund was held on the 17th Sep 2019 in Delhi as a part of the SANKALP initiative. The event also witnessed participation from the other Aerospace & Aviation stakeholders. Proposals submitted for skill development will be evaluated for funding under this initiative. Chetan S of AASSC took part in this discussion.|
|34||20 Sep 2019||Skill Minister’s conclave was organised at Delhi as a part of Apprentice Pahkwada. Chetan S of AASSC took part in the conclave.|
|35||21 Sep 2019||Don Bosco Skill Mission inaugurated a skill center for the Job Roles of Airline Cabin Crew and Airline Customer Service Executive in Bangalore. Chetan S, AASSC addressed the gathering for introducing the framework designed by AASSC and the opportunities in Aviation ecosystem for the new entrants.|
|36||10 Oct 2019||Air Cargo Forum India (ACFI) invited AASSC for the 7th meeting of ACFI task Pillar “Skill Development” at New Delhi. Discussion were held for the engagement with AASSC on Recognition of prior learning (RPL) to assess the existing knowledge, skills and experience of CTOs employees against a nationally recognized qualification pack (QP) for providing Government recognized NSQF certificate to deserving employees. Chetan S represented AASSC for the discussions with ACFI and its member companies.|
|37||14 Oct 2019||AASSC and Logistics Sector Skills Council have agreed to work jointly on a few initiatives in skilling the Air Cargo Sector. One such programme would be the launch of BMS (in Aviation Cargo). A Meeting to review the Curriculum developed for BMS (Aviation & Air Cargo) Degree Programme was conducted in Chennai. Chetan S represented aviation sector among experts from Logistics and Cargo domain.|
|38||18 Oct 2019||SKIP (Skills for Progress), a Training Partner celebrated its Golden Jubilee at Ambedkar Bhavan in Bangalore. As a part of the event, AASSC was invited for the panel discussion on ‘Future Skills’. Chetan S represented AASSC among other Participants from Godrej, TATA Motors, L&T and TATA Strive. A stall for AASSC was also set-up. Balachandra and Gowtham took part in the stall activities.|
|39||22 Oct 2019||A meeting with TVS Training & Services Ltd was held at AASSC, Bangalore. Mr Senthil Kumar represented TVS Training & Services Ltd during the discussion. The discussion was held on Affiliation of TVS Training & Services as a Training Partner to AASSC and the areas of collaboration.|
|40||04 to 08 Nov 2019||A Training of Trainer (ToT) Program for Airline Customer Service Executive job role was conducted by AASSC at CIM Nagpur, Maharashtra. 20 trainers from pan- India TPs were trained.|
|41||18 Nov 2019||A meeting with Nevada Global Outreach Mission was held at NSDC, Delhi. AASSC represented by Chetan S took part in the meeting to explore possible collaborations in the domain of Aerospace & Aviation.|
|42||19 to 20 Nov 2019||Government of Karnataka organised a two day conclave on Skill Development titled "Bengaluru Skills". AASSC took part in a session on Issue Areas of Skilling Ecosystem. Also, a group discussion on the Urban skills was moderated and consolidated views presented by Chetan S from AASSC.|
|43||16 to 20 Dec 2019||A Training of Trainer (ToT) Program for Airline Customer Service Executive and Cabin Crew job role was conducted by AASSC at Bangalore. 12 trainers from pan- India TPs were trained.|
|1||13 Jan 2020||Wg Cdr Rachit Bhatnagar joins as the Chief Executive Officer|
|2||27 Jan 2020||Fifteenth Governing Council meeting was held at HAL- Corporate Office, Bengaluru.|
|3||28 Jan 2020||A meeting was held at Ministry of Civil Aviation under the chairmanship of Secretary, MoCA to enhance the skill ecosystem for all aviation related job-roles to AASSC. Other SSCs like RASCI, THSC and LSSC were also a part of the discussions. An Aviation Skill Task Force (ASTF) was formed to be driven by Dr KP Krishnan, Sr Advisor on Skill Development at MoCA. Rachit Bhatnagar represented AASSC.|
|4||05 to 08 Feb 2020||AASSC participated at DefExpo2020 INDIA Show at Lucknow, UP and set up a stall represented by Chetan S & Rachit Bhatnagar to create awareness among companies for Aerospace & Defence skilling.
AASSC and NSDC jointly organized a Seminar and panel discussion on skill development in Aerospace, Aviation & Defence at this show. Rachit Bhatnagar presented an overview of AASSC activities during this seminar.
|5||11 to 15 Feb 2020||A Training of Trainer (ToT) Program for Airline Cabin Crew was conducted at Jettwings School of Aviation (a Training Partner at Guwahati, Assam). The program was inaugurated by Rachit Bhatnagar along with senior officials from Jettwings and ASDM. 28 trainers from especially NE region TPs were trained.
The opportunity was seized to visit 3 more TPs and North East Skill Center established at ASDM building at Guwahati.
|6||17 to 21 Feb 2020||AASSC and DFID (Department for International Development, UK) jointly organised a Training of Trainer (ToT) Program for Airline Customer Service Executive & Airline Cabin Crew at Bengaluru. The program was inaugurated by Mr Sandeep Patnaik, GM-HR of HAL Helicopter Complex. 13 trainers from pan- India TPs were trained.|
|7||20 to 25 Feb 2020||AASSC and DFID (Department for International Development, UK) jointly organised a Training of Trainer (ToT) Program for Airline Cabin Crew at Delhi. 10 trainers from pan- India TPs were trained|
|8||27 Feb 2020||Roundtable on 1st FICCI Skill Development of year 2020 at Delhi. Rachit Bhatnagar represented AASSC.|
|9||04 Mar 2020||AASSC & BIAL organised a joint workshop on NAPS (National Apprenticeship Promotion Scheme) at Bengaluru International Airport. Workshop was conducted by officials from NSDC. Many key stakeholders in aviation field and a TPA rep also attended the workshop.|
|10||09 Mar 2020||An Aviation Skill Task Force (ASTF) update meeting was held at AASSC with Dr KP Krishnan, Sr Advisor for Skills Development at MoCA along with Capt Kaustav Nath, SEO for Karnataka & Goa.|
|11||18 Mar 2020||Visited Dassaut CoE established at VTU Regional Office, Bengaluru. Discussed collaborations on aerospace design related job roles.|
|12||20 Mar 2020||A meeting was held through video conferencing for NAPS implementation at L&T Defence, Coimbatore. A representative from a TPA also participated and resolved many queries of the client.|
|13||30 Mar 2020||AASSC participated in a webinar on British Council commissioned Trainer Effectiveness Study carried out by DEFT.|
|14||01 Apr 2020||AASSC participated in a webinar on British Council commissioned Trainer Effectiveness Study carried out by DEFT.|