Chrome Institute

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…realizing the obligation

Chrome Institute was established in 2008 as training division of Chrome Technologies. The institute is operating as an IT school, equipping the workforce with the knowledge of IT and soft skills deemed necessary for the promotion of IT in the region.

In the fast changing world of technology, Chrome tends to bridge the gap between human resource (mostly fresh graduates) and the IT industry by bringing the experience and best practices that have evolved at Chrome Technologies over the past into the reach of individuals as well as organizations. The objective is to optimize the efficiency of both human capital and business.

The training programs at Chrome Institute are particularly tailored to meet the growing business needs of today’s IT industry. With due emphasis on practical principles and processes, these programs focus on providing both the employed and unemployed workforce the knowledge, skills, and practices required for continuous improvement and to overcome the challenges at work. The motive is also to acquaint the work force with the expertise required to add value to business.

VISION:
To become a globally recognized training provider that envisions quality to produce a competent resource.

MISSION:
To provide state-of-the-art trainings deemed necessary for professional growth.

OBJECTIVES:

To provide trainings on the entire range of technologies being used by the IT industry
To provide prospective students and participants with hands-on knowledge of the tools required in the industry
To play a leading role in providing professional IT trainings in order to support the IT industry in achieving its goals
To provide technical and management trainings to resources while focusing on a company’s specific needs
To become an IT and management finishing school for individuals as well as businesses

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