In determined deliberations to extend the Automotive Policy of FG, the Industrial Training Fund (ITF) has declared arrangements to work together with the SENAI of Brazil in making 3 auto parts training centres in Nigeria.
The centres to be established will be saddled with the command of delivering parts for forward supply to more than 22 organizations that have officially started generation or have demonstrated enthusiasm to put resources into the Nigerian vehicles division. The centres will likewise prepare Nigerians in creation of vehicles extra parts.
ITF Director General Dr Juliet Chukkas-Onaeko uncovered ITF was presently working together with the United Nations Development Organization in directing Skills Gap Assessment to assess Nigeria’s abilities needs based on anticipated interests in the economy. She said the overview would aid in expanding lean assets via preparing on a need based basis, empowering them to channel their trainings to anticipated openings.
Talking on the topic,
“Work-Life Balance: Imperative for Continuity in Organisational Development,” the DG said the ITF through its National Industrial Skills Development Programme (NISDP) launched in 2012 had trained over 35,000 Nigerians. Onaeko noted the NISDP in partnership with the Ministry of Industry, Trade and Investment, SMEDAN and BoI was currently training over 1000 trainees in tiling, plaster of paris and pipe- fitting in the 36 States of the federation including FCT.