Five hundred and 5 (505) trainee artisans enrolled in the 2021/2022 version of the Ghana National Petroleum Corporation’s (GNPC) Skilled Artisans Project (SAP) in the Ashanti Region have concluded their National Vocational Training Institute’s (NVTI) skill proficiency exams.

The venture is organised and funded by GNPC by the GNPC Foundation.

Beneficiary artisans had their competencies examined in numerous vocational skills categorised under ‘Domestic module’ – cookery, bakery, dressmaking, tailoring, hairdressing, make-up artistry, and inside designing and ornament.

GNPC funds NVTI certification exams for 505 artisans in Ashanti Region

For the ‘Technical module’ – plumbing, carpentry, auto-mechanics, general electrical, and aluminum fabrication are provided.

Taking questions from the media on his go to to the centre at the Kumasi Vocational Training Institute (KVTI) on the ultimate day of examination, the Executive Director of the GNPC Foundation, Dr. Dominic Eduah, said the NVTI certification part of the venture is necessitated by the necessity to enhance their employability and credibility as educated artisans.

GNPC funds NVTI certification exams for 505 artisans in Ashanti Region

He additional explained that the SAP as a livelihood empowerment programme is designed to help the youth throughout the country with the a lot wanted technical and vocational skills that would match up with the very best standards throughout the globe.

GNPC funds NVTI certification exams for 505 artisans in Ashanti Region

He additionally indicated that the examination will supply younger people who find themselves impressed to study these necessary commerce skills the requisite instruments and tools wanted to begin their very own entrepreneurial companies in a bid to make them economically independent.

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