Industrial Training Programmes
PSDF has developed the Industry Training Programmes (ITPs) to attract businesses across all sectors, to train the youth according to their skill needs.
  • TRAINING IN 10+ SECTORS
  • WORKING WITH 140+ BUSINESSES
  • 39,000+ GRADUATES
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Formal Training Programmes
One of the key objectives of PSDF is the creation of an ecosystem of skills training providers by motivating the private sector to enter the technical and vocational training space.
  • TRAINING IN 12+ SECTORS
  • WORKING WITH 270+ TRAINING PROVIDERS
  • 180,000+ GRADUATES
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Community Based Programmes
PSDF has developed various community based programmes to provide access to high quality skills training for the youth in semi-urban and rural communities.
  • WORKING WITH 48 TRAINING PROVIDERS
  • 73,000+ GRADUATES
  • 50,000+ WOMEN GRADUATES
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Women Focused Programmes
PSDF offers a variety of employment, self-employment focused and community based schemes to ensure that women become integral and productive members of Pakistan’s labour force.
  • WORKING WITH 65+ TRAINING PROVIDERS
  • 50,000+ GRADUATES
  • 750+ TRAINING LOCATIONS
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Punjab Skills development fund

Punjab Skills Development Fund (PSDF) is the largest skills development fund in Pakistan. PSDF was established in 2010 as a not-for-profit company set up under the Companies Ordinance 1984 by the Government of Punjab (GoPb) in collaboration with UK’s Department for International Development (DFID). PSDF also exclusively manages the skills training funding of the World Bank.

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Success Stories

Aqsa Shaukhat

Aqsa Shaukhat is now realising her dreams and surprising us with her love for camera! Learn More

Success Stories

Rana Tayyab is working as a inventory manager in Chaayekhana. He fully utilize his skills in his work while working. Learn More

Success Stories

Rishida Bibi is now able to play her role in managing her household expense roll! Learn More

Projects

EMPLOYABLE SKILLS FOR FEMALES IN BEAUTY CARE

Punjab Skills Development Fund launched the scheme “Employable Skills for Females in Beauty Care Industry” in June 2017. Under the scheme, a total of 2,750 females from the districts; Islamabad, Lahore, Faisalabad, Sialkot & Multan will be trained. Training is being imparted in trades such as Grooming & Make-up Artist and beautician.

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Projects

Industrial Training Program 2016

Punjab Skills Development Fund launched the scheme “Industrial Training Program 2016″…

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Projects

Skills For Market 2014-15

Punjab Skills Development Fund (PSDF) successfully completed third round of…

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