IRM's Vocational Training Programme (VTP) has always been to achieve social inclusion of impoverished and marginalized rural youth. The fast track employable VTP serves the twin objectives of imparting technical skills to the community and generating gainful-employment prospects. IRM has developed training in over 100 different trades and vocational skills that matches the market demands for specific skills based on an effective system of market survey and feedback from partners. Vocational programmes are offered for rural youth who do not have access to the regular government sponsored skill enhancement programmes which are predominantly located in the urban centers and are often of long duration. Vocational training events are conducted in collaboration with government and private institutes.
All Vocational Centers of IRM provide clean, quiet, safe and comfortable environment which are important components of successful training and learning. VTEC staff is trained to work and improve general attitudes of trainees. VTEC staff assists participants with pre-employment counseling including work values, trainees' expectations and relations with co-workers, job responsibilities, and career advancement opportunities. From trainees arrival to departure, VTEC Admin ensures timely boarding and lodging. Hostel warden is available 24/7 to look after the participants and ensure clean and tidy dormitories all time. Owing to current aggravating security situation, preemptive measures are taken to avoid undesirable situations. VTECs have reliable security system to monitor all activities in and around the campus.