Three hundred youth are receiving start-up packs in Bayelsa, after a three-month training on Aluminum Fabrication, Tiling and plaster of Paris, as well as catering and event management.
The Bayelsa Deputy Governor urged beneficiaries of the 2018 National Industrial Skills Development Programme to be industrious and aim to achieve economic sustenance.
TVC News Correspondent, bOvieteme George reports that the National Industrial Skills Development programme is an intervention initiative introduced and implemented by the Industrial Training Fund to facilitate the achievement of the Federal Governments policy on job and wealth creation, including skills acquisition.
It has collaborated with the Bayelsa State Government to train three hundred youth in Aluminum Fabrication, Tiling And Plaster Of Paris And
Catering And Event Management.
Beneficiaries of the three-month skills acquisition training are already looking at the big picture.
The ITF and the State Government want the three hundred beneficiaries to be economically self-sufficient and have a direct impact on the economy of
the state and country.
ITF, Bayelsa State Government Train 300 Youth