FG Approves Training Of 50,000 Non-Graduate NPower Beneficiaries
NPower: FG Approves Training Of 50,000 Non-Graduates
The federal government has approved the involvement of four of its agencies in training 50,000 non-graduate N-Power beneficiaries.
At the Federal Executive Council meeting on Wednesday, the National Institute of Transport Technology (NITT), the Industrial Training Fund (ITF), the National Institute for Hospitality and Tourism, and the Hydraulic Equipment Development Institute (HEDI) were awarded nine months. . .
In her presentation, the Minister for Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development, Sadia Omar Farooq, disclosed that the Ministry was coordinating the implementation of the National Social Investment Program (NSIP) in line with its mandate on Poverty Alleviation, Social Inclusion and Youth Empowerment. Is .
“N-Build is part of an N-Power cluster of programs managed by NSIP and targets unemployed non-graduates. This proposed training is a continuation of the N-Build training that began in 2017 with each batch of N-Power apprentices.
The Ministry has reviewed the delivery process of the N-Build program for the purpose of determining the relevance of the program to the federal government’s job creation / poverty reduction agenda and noted the capabilities of four existing professional vocational training institutes. Up by the government with various orders.
“Institutions were carefully selected and selected in accordance with N-Power’s objectives and based on their ability to train, evaluate, validate and guide candidates to achieve the National Skills Qualifications (NSQs) of the N-Build program. Was selected. ”
The proposed training program includes three months of center-class training, six months for apprenticeship, post-apprenticeship, consultant with Starter Pax provision and assessment for National Board of Technical Education (NBTE) Certification Award.
The N-Build Apprenticeship Program will be coordinated at FCT centers in 36 states and approximately 350 local government sectors.
The National Institute for Hospitality and Tourism will provide baking, cooking / catering, housekeeping and mixology for the beneficiaries as well as all areas of hospitality and tourism, directly and indirectly to the associated professional and technical professionals. The Industrial Training Fund ITF will provide training to the beneficiaries in Electrical, Masonry, Plumbing and Carpentry.
Training services in automobile and agritech tracks will be handled by the National Institute of Transport Technology (NITT) while the Hydraulic Equipment Development Institute (HDIDI) will provide benefits in welding and fabrication, electrical fittings and plumbing.
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