Supported by Quest Alliance, AMYAA has set up training centers at Roing of Lower Dibang valley and Namsai District of Arunachal Pradesh. Skill to succeed program offers online module that assist job seekers with preparing for work, career exploration and retaining employment. The programme work in non-formal vocational institutes reaches out to youth between the ages of 17 to 30 who have dropped out of formal education systems or are unable to find employment due to a lack of specific skills that are in demand in the labour market. Quest’s blended learning approach comprises a learning management system, self learning content for students in English, Work Readiness, Retail Customer interaction skills and Digital Literacy skills.

Skill to Succeed provides end-to-end support to vocational centers, including an immersive Train the Trainer experience for their facilitators, an orientation on blended learning techniques to the institute staff, transfer of technology, curriculum and materials for facilitators and students, as well as ongoing support for institutes, as they complete this change process to a blended learning environment. S2S also initiates contact with local employers to improve job opportunities for youth, and facilitates market visits, internships and on-the-job training.