Vocational Skills Training

‘BIOS’ – Vocational Education & Training

Vocational education or Vocational Education and Training, also called Career and Technical Education, prepares learners for jobs that are based in manual or practical activities, traditionally non-academic and totally related to a specific trade, occupation or vocation, hence the term, in which the learner participates. It is sometimes referred to as technical education, as the learner directly develops expertise in a particular group of techniques or technology.

Vocation and career are used interchangeably. Vocational education might be classified as teaching procedural knowledge. This may be contrasted with declarative knowledge, as used in education in a usually broader scientific field, which might concentrate on theory and abstract conceptual knowledge, characteristic of tertiary education.

Jute Work Craft

Jute Crafts

Jute fibre has the tendency to transform into awe inspiring artefacts and handicrafts. Jute Crafts (or jute handicrafts) made from jute are appealing and just perfect to adorn the favourite nook of your home, offices, restaurants, hotels, and more. A comprehensive assortment of utility based handicrafts articles are made from jute that not only augments the household but also find extensive usage. The handmade jute crafts are attractive and available in a wide range of colours, designs, shapes, and sizes.

Why Jute Crafts?
Jute is extracted from the fibre of jute tree that is obtained after prolonged soaking in the water, which is a 100% natural and biodegradable fibre which makes jute handicrafts eco-friendly and green.

Importance of Jute Crafts:
Apart from being eco-friendly the jute crafts give natural and soothing look. There are lots of jute crafts articles which are being used for decoration purpose worldwide. Using jute handicrafts not only help our environment but also provide employment to lots of farmers, artisans and traders who are involved in making different types of jute crafts and artefacts.

Types of Jute Crafts:
Jute crafts include rugs, carpets, footwear, wine bottle bags, carry bags, handbags, wall hangings, jewellery, baskets, coasters, lamp shades, decorative articles and showpieces. These jute crafts made from jute are available in all colours as per the choice of the customers. High grade jute threads are used to make clothes and other items that find extensive demand in the national and international markets.

Craftsmen Available for Making Jute Crafts:
Jute is mostly grown in West Bengal, which is close to UP, Bihar and Orissa from where one can easily get the cheap labour to manufacture jute products. However, there are many proficient craftsmen who are designing and developing jute products since generations.

Tie & Dye

Tie and Dye in Art

Tie-dye is a process of tying and dyeing a piece of fabric or cloth which is made from knit or woven fabric, usually cotton; typically using bright colours. It is a modern version of traditional dyeing methods used in many cultures throughout the world. Tie-dyeing is accomplished by folding the material into a pattern, and binding it with string or rubber bands. Dye is then applied to only parts of the material. The ties prevent the entire material from being dyed. Designs are formed by applying different colours of dyes to different sections of the wet fabric. A wet t-shirt is much easier to dye than a dry t-shirt. Once complete, the material is rinsed, and the dye is set.

Candle Making

Candle making courses

Candle is not only used as the lighting source but is also an interesting element to enhance the beauty in life on various occasions. It is one of the best room decor elements and is the appealing gifting elements. They can be gifted on any occasion to any person. Thus, the demand of candles cannot be underestimated and so as the benefits associated with it. The Candle making courses have been introduced by the professional to provide you with a flourishing career and learn the art of candles making of various types.

Let’s make something beautiful together.

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