CHANDIGARH,28.07.20-The centre will initially offer courses in Hair and Beauty , International Diploma in Professional Make Up and Nail Arts, thus opening up excellent employment opportunities for the all age group people’s of Chandigarh, Punjab and Haryana.

The courses offered by CLEOPATRA are specific and innovatively designed to suit industry and job specific requirements. These qualifications are valued by employers across the world, helping individuals develop to their talents and abilities for jobs and also in their career progression.

Developed with industry inputs and recognized by leading players in the industry, these courses are designed to provide a combination of both classroom learning and live practical skills required to perform the specific job role, thus maximizing the opportunity for learners to gain employment and industry to gain productivity & efficiency.
The courses include 100 to 480 guided learning hours, with both full time and part time options, followed by effective and rigorous process of assessment that leads to an industry recognized certification of global standards.
These qualifications are for various levels of learners, such as, learners with high school education, or for some courses the minimum eligibility is as low as class 10th pass.
The innovative learning model – which advocates a direct link between skills training and industry needs – was described by Ms. Richa Agarwal , MR. JAYANT CHAUHAN- Regional Head – Projects & Radhika Arora – Manager North ( India & Nepal) – City & Guilds South Asia Private Limited as “what learners, employers, training providers and the government have been demanding. Because the training is not apt and relevant, the learners as well as the industry are not able to become effective realizing the maximum potential. This has resulted in learners taking up alternate education systems that do not immediately improve their employability chances or open up any new job prospects. It is this gap between the current not so relevant training and the industry’s needs for trained skilled employees that Cleopatra is aiming to bridge.’