750 graduate trainees pass out in A’Ibom
BENEFICIARIES of Graduate Assistance Programme (GAP) have called on the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC), Mobil Producing Nigeria and their joint ventures to sustain the programme because of its viability.
The trainees, who spoke with reporters in Uyo at a passing-out ceremony where 750 graduated in Akwa Ibom State said the initiative was very germane.
The beneficiaries attested to the upgrading of their skills and enhancement of their entrepreneurial capacity, adding that, the programme which includes a three-month instructor-led-training (ILT) and another three-month on-the-job (OTJ) development through internship placements in reputable private and public sector organisations, has equipped them with requisite information technology, project management and enterprise development skills desired by prospective employers in the 21st century.
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