About


Himalyan Educational Group (HEG) established as a nationally registered training organization. Through our extensive industry experience HEG brings together a wealth of knowledge, in a wide range of industry sectors, delivering quality training solutions focused on the professional development of individuals in order to meet the needs of industry and the future workforce. Our competitive advantage is in the excellence of our educational services, focusing on industry engagement and collaboration to develop training solutions to meet the needs of individuals and the organization, we offer flexible delivery strategies designed to meet the vast and varied learner styles to enhance learner engagement, add credibility and relativity to our programs in order to actively drive the productivity and competitiveness of organizations/industries, as well as contribute to the social and economic development of our local communities. We have continued to expand on our vocational and educational scope to meet the diverse needs of industry, business and individuals. As a provider of vocational education in India, we are currently delivering educational solutions within the following industry sectors: Continued growth and expansion resulted from our ability to provide solutions across a diverse range of industries continually addressing current and emerging skill shortages and skill gaps. We have increased flexibility around the provision of training so that skill gaps can be addressed through a set of competencies with a focus on the individual needs of clients and the industry as a whole, supporting:


  1. People in the workforce requiring up-skilling & re-skilling
  2. People re-entering the workforce
  3. Older workers retained within the workforce
  4. Young people entering the workforce
  5. Delivery of Job Oriented programs to SC/ ST/ BPL and others Socially & Educationally Backward Classes

We also provide equitable access to vocational education and training for people with special needs including the long term unemployed, youth at risk, indigenous people, people with disabilities, those from non-educational.

Backgrounds, people in rural and remote communities and people with low literacy and numeracy skills.