Partner Support Programme
PARTNER SUPPORT PROGRAM (PSP)
The Partner Support Program is jointly organized by the Indo-German Chamber of Commerce (IGCC) and The Association of German Chambers of Commerce and Industry (DIHK). It is aimed at spouses or partners (FSE Partners) of expatriates in German and International companies in India. It provides them individual and comprehensive support for their integration into the new host country.
PSP helps an FSE Partner settle into the new, often unknown environment of India swiftly and easily. IGCC provides consultation and organizes regular events that help FSE Partners network amongst themselves and with others in the new surroundings. This makes their transition into the new country easier.
The Partner Support Programis divided into the following 3 categories called as the 3 pillars:
I. Dual Career
II. Further Education
III. Social work
Within the scope of these categories we have designed 6 charged modules. The modules can be redesigned according to your needs and interests. The IGCC coordinators would be glad to advice you and develop together an individual plan to fulfil your life- and career plans in India. PSP is currently available in the cities Mumbai, Pune and Aurangabad.
As an FSE Partner you get support from the IGCC in the following areas:
- Advice and assistance for your job search and placement
- One to one consulting for enhancing your Curriculum Vitae
- Help with your job application documents
- Consultation regarding procurement of work visa
- Individual coaching during your job application that is oriented towards the Job market in India.
- Start-up Consulting
- Information related to finance and tax matters throughout your Job tenure
- Information and advice on ‘Studying in India’
- Advice on Distance Learning programs
- Information and advice on short courses and workshops related to further education
- Executive Business Management-Program: Post graduate course in Management studies
- Comprehensive intercultural trainings- basic and advanced
- Advice on possibilities of voluntary work in Non-Governmental Organizations and also in social and cultural institutions. These may include German, Indian as well as other international trusts/organizations.