Chief Executive Officer of National Builders Corps (NABCo), Dr. Ibrahim Anyars has disclosed that some of the trainees are expected to exit from the training to be employed full time in other organizations this year.

This is to indicate that the trainees would have received the full benefit of the training programme since its inception and a chosen carrier.

Dr. Anyars said this on Tuesday at a media briefing when he led the management of NABCo to sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Kofi Annan Peacekeeping Center to train and empower trainees with requisite skills.

Dr. Anyans again disclosed that at the end of the three years, the trainees are expected to pursue retention in existing roles, self-employment, entrepreneurship and career-focused for further learning.

He said the initiatives feed into the preparations towards the exit of the trainees into their chosen careers, adding that, “trainees will be required to sign onto new Terms and Conditions and follow a training program me to assist them to prepare for exit from the scheme,”

This he mentioned, would enable the trainees to specialize in certain areas for their future benefit.
One of the challenges he indicated, has to do with the management where wrong information was given by the personnel.

He congratulated all National Builders on their valuable contribution to the development of mother Ghana.
The Government in the 2018 Budget Statement, announced creating job opportunities for 100,000 graduate to reduce the growing unemployment in the country.

President Akufo Addo however on May Day 2018, launched a portal to receive applications from qualified tertiary graduates.

Of the 146,968 applications, all were guaranteed interviews; with over 137,000 of them attending at the 254 District centers. At the end of the process, 109,380 were selected as qualified; and 99,000 initially accepted the selection to work on the programme.

On October 17, 2018, the scheme was ready to proceed with the development of the workforce to support certain critical sectors.

Areas that accommodated the training comprises Education, Health, Agriculture, Local Governance, Digitization, Revenue Mobilisation, as well as Private Enterprises.

The scheme is being operated across the country, with offices in all the 260 Metropolitan, Municipal and District Assemblies in all the 16 regions.

Source: Eric Nii Sackey|| [email protected]

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