As much as organizations want to and do invest in learning and development interventions for their employees, their core responsibilities and productivity measures do not make provisions for employees to spend extensive amounts of time away from their roles to learn. Hands-on training helps students fit into the work schedule, to learn what they need to do a task and then immediately deploy the learning to do their job. They are able to see the impact of the learning almost immediately, thereby making the learning a catalyst for change. It also encourages social and collaborative learning. TIC gives students opportunity for hands-on training to provide them the edge that is needed to secure good jobs.