One Step Up and Schools
Creating educational impact by driving change
The World Economic Forum (WEF) projects that 65% of today’s primary school students will grow up to work in jobs that don’t exist.1 Fortunately, educators like you realise that exams are not the best gauge for the real-world skills needed in the future projected by the WEF. It’s important that your students acquire the character traits and emotional intelligence to guide them through life’s unpredictable journey.
One Step Up believes in working with visionaries like you, who understand that institutions like yours can lead the change to evolve current academic frameworks and methodologies. Join us in making enduring contributions to the education system and the policies that will shape it.
Our products are changing the way educators get things done.
The One Step Up ecosystem is designed to help schools craft a journey of self-discovery for young adults, starting right from Class 6 onwards, through to Class 12. With every progressing year, the journey will become more focused on the current needs of students – equipping them with the character skills and relevant career knowledge to overcome the challenges of evolving lifestyles and careers that don’t even exist yet.
We are India’s largest in-class career and character programme.
The Flagship Classroom Programmes are the largest in-class intervention programme in the country. With over 10,000 hours of career-centric, real-world video footage across industries and professions, they provide children with relevant information on available career choices, choosing the best possible path to fulfilling professions.
The number of students we have worked with, from Class 6-Class 8
The number of leading schools we have partnered with across India
The number of states where we have delivered our programmes
Is our education system ready for the future?
There are over 1.56 million educational institutions across India, with approximately 293 million students.2 Put together, these institutions produce the highest number of doctors globally3 and around 1.5 million engineers every year.4
However, the monopoly of Medicine and Engineering is on the decline, as the career landscape evolves to include professions like Interaction Design, Data Science, Digital Storytelling and Sustainability Management – which have only come into existence in the recent past. This is great news for children in schools and colleges, but it also begs the question: how well does our current education system prepare them for jobs that don’t even exist? In fact, how can our education system prepare children to take on the different professional and personal challenges the future will bring?
Programmes for students and teachers
Knowing what the future has in store for students gives us an advantage: it helps us include areas of self-development and career skills that are currently absent in school curricula, so that the young adults of today can easily fulfil the demands of the future. Divided into the Character Series (social and emotional learning), Career Series (career knowledge and skills) and Inspire Series (enhanced learning for all stakeholders), our programmes are tailored to help our stakeholders do five things: be, learn, prepare, understand and do.
Preparing young adults for life.
Studies show that by 2024, emotional intelligence will become an expected inherent skill in individuals. Complex problem solving, critical thinking, creativity and people management will be the top four skills that employers will look for. 5
Class 6 - 8
- Body language, elementary grammar and prepositions
- Critical thinking and leadership workshops
- Continuous Assessments through Micro Learning
- Gender Studies
- Social Media Etiquette
Class 9 - 12
- Flagship Classroom Programme
- Digital Takeaways
- Aptitude Test
- Personality Test
- Study Skills Test
- Readiness Test
- Resume Builder
- Interview & Group Discussions Programme
- Parent Connect
- 20-hour interactive programme addressing everyday hurdles within and outside the classroom
- Assessments and workshops
- 3-day programme custom-created by the One Step Up research team