Bangalore, Feb 5 (ANI/Business Wire India): The Writers Block (TWB) has announced that it is seeking to grow its Partners Program aggressively.
The TWB Partner Program has been designed to take the TWB Certifications to cities across India.
TWB already has presence in over 16 cities including Bangalore, Mysore, Nagpur, Coimbatore, Vizag and Vellore through the TWB Partners Program.
TWB aims to extend its presence to other unexplored cities through the program, where there is adequate scope to offer education and training services.
The program is open to entrepreneurs and business owners, in India and South East Asia who are passionate about education and understand the unique drivers of education domain in India.
TWB is also responsible for evaluation, testing and certification and placements for successful candidates.
The TWB Partners Program taps into TWB's proven and successful business model and provides an opportunity to create economic and social value, by enhancing employability.
The program gives the partner three-year exclusive sale rights in the area. The sale right is renewable without a signing fee.
According to estimates, there is an industry demand for over a 1,00,000 Technical Communication professionals.
Technical Communication professionals are required by industries like software, information technology, e-learning, instructional design, telecom, aerospace, services defense, heavy manufacturing, automobiles, publishing and digital media.
The Writers Block (TWB) is already home to technical communication in India and offers very successful short-term certifications in Technical Communication. TWB also runs hugely successful TWB Alumni, TWB OnCampus and TWB Mentorship initiatives, which have allowed its students to gain a strong industry foothold.
Over 50 percent of trained Technical Communicators and Technical Writers in the industry are from TWB.
More than 300 companies from sectors that include software, IT, telecom, pharma, biotech, nanotech, defense, aerospace, manufacturing, service, e-learning, services, publishing, digital media and FMCG hire TWB graduates as part of their technical communication teams. (ANI)