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NABCO Update: Permanent Employment Transition Training

NABCO Permanent Employment Transition Training has been updated today October 30, 2020.

Below is the full Press Statement on NABCO permanent employment transition dated October 30, 2020 signed by Mr. Akwasi Botchway and sighted by Talks Africa Media

NABCO Trainees Association of Ghana (NABTAG)

30th October, 2020

Update: Permanent Employment Transition Training

On the 29th of October 2020, I joined the permanent employment transition training program organized by the Accra Metro NABCO Secretariat to take beneficiaries through the nautical scope of the portal created for them to build their employability profile in linkage to their respective exit pathway preferences.

As part of the procedural arrangements to get trainees ready for a smooth transition, the training program shall be carried out across the various districts in a similar fashion – of providing guidance to beneficiaries on how to sail through the portal.

Kindly be reminded that the training is vitally important, so your participation must not be loosened up. Let me commend the AMA District Coordinator, Idora Ekuban, and the RTCs for coordinating the training session for NABCO trainees within the AMA District.

We are Nation Builders!


Akwasi Botchway (NCTL)

By: Talks Africa Media

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