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Soft Skills Training

JKT Education provides soft skills training to corporate as well as students. Soft skills are the quintessential element for the growth of an individual. Effective communication and interpersonal skills play a vital role when it comes to progressing up the ladder in an organization.

We help in grooming employees who are a link between the company and external world; so they are able to present themselves with distinction.

Corporate Module
JKT Education provides soft skills training to corporate/individuals. Our soft skills training programs encompass a wide range of skills that most organizations find a quintessential part of everyday business. From leadership skills to effective communication and change management, JKT Education offers a wide range of soft skills training to address every business need.

Objectives of soft skills training for corporate/individuals:

  • Inspiring leadership excellence & dynamic communication
  • Optimizing managerial effectiveness
  • Enhancing team building and time management skills



Module for Educational Institutes/Individuals
With Soft Skills being the need of the hour, JKT Education is taking an initiative to hold training sessions to help aspiring students to hone their soft skills. Our intent is also to enlighten these young and fresh minds about the importance of soft skills in their professional lives. This specific training program is called “CAMPUS to CORPORATE” transition. We believe that the experience and expertise shared in this workshop would prepare the students for challenging situations that they may encounter and help ease the transition from college to workplace.

Objectives of soft skills training for students:

  • Increasing the employability skills of students along with overall corporate grooming
  • Enhancing public speaking & presentation skills
  • Developing interpersonal & time management skills
  • Providing motivational training along with practical orientation that helps in career visioning and planning

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