The PHDCCI-Rajasthan Chapter organised a Webinar on the Post COVID Era Industrial Training Scenario & Way Forward-Embracing the New Opportunities on 24th December 2021.

Digvijay Dhabriya, Chair, PHDCCI-Rajasthan Chapter in his welcome address, narrated the impact of COVID-19 in the personal and social lifestyles and its adverse impact on trade and businesses. Some of the changes in thought process and business practises seem to be of irreversible nature and are going to stay for long, Mr. Dhabriya added. He observed that it is high time to identify proper training needs for different sectors to effectively cope up with & embrace the changes in the Post COVID Era and convert them into new opportunities.

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Shri Vivek Seigell, Assistant Secretary General, PHDCCI quoting Shakespeare informed that Human Beings hardly use 2% of their brain capacity in day to day life leaving huge untapped capacities which can be gainfully used through proper training for increasing productivity, innovation, technological development etc.

Shri Vikram Sharma, Founder & CEO, Mystic Brains Pvt Ltd. and a renowned trainer and motivational speaker underlined the importance of training in resolving day to day issues and increasing productivity of working hours in trade and businesses. The COVID has introduced many new normal like importance of technological development and its adoption, increasing digitization, market disruptions, changes in supply chain scenario, flexibility, adaptability, self-management, work from home culture, stress management etc. which can be easily managed and addressed by proper training inputs. Change in Psychology changes Physiology and this tendency can be effectively used through proper training to increase productivity, problem solving and embracing the changes in businesses, Mr. Sharma added. Training has to be a regular intervention which will empower the workforce to effectively adapt to new technology, methodology and changes in the business environment, Mr. Sharma added, referring to recent recommendation at World Economic Forum.

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