Thursday, May 30, 2024

TVET Programme Graduates 15,000 Students

About 15,000 Nigerians will be graduating from the first phase of Project Technical and Vocational Education and Training, TVET Maximization.

TVET Maximization, a Federal Government-funded initiative, is a programme aimed at equipping young Nigerians with the needed skills necessary for economic independence.

Director, Technical and Vocational Skills Training Department, Industrial Training Fund (ITF), James Abimbola, in a statement made available to newsmen, said about 15,000 individuals drawn from seven states have been trained since the programme started in August.

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Abimbola listed the states to include Lagos (3,000); Enugu (2,000), Gombe (2,000), Edo (2,000), Nasarawa (2,000), Ogun (2,000), and Kaduna (2,000).

He said the participants were trained in their areas of interest, as available within the programme.

These areas include tailoring/fashion designing, beauty care and cosmetology, graphics design, solar installation, Information and Communication Technology, among others.

He added that a selected number of successful and top-performing participants would receive their certificates and starter packs during these events.

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