ITF seeks collaboration with stakeholders on requisite skills.
Written by News Room on April 12, 2022
The Industrial Training Fund (ITF) has urged stakeholders, such as state governments, the Organised private sector, among others, to collaborate with the Fund in training more Nigerians with requisite skills.
The Director-General, Sir Joseph Ari said this on Tuesday in Jos, at the graduation of 3,905 youths the Fund trained under one of its skills acquisition programme tagged, `National Industrial Skills Development Programme’ (NISDP).
Ari, represented by the Fund’s Director of Public Affairs Department, Mrs Suleyol Fred-Chagu, said that the collaboration could be in the form of sponsorship of additional trainees or by the purchase of start-up packs for beneficiaries of the programme.
He called on them to ensure that they utilised the opportunity provided by the training and the start-up packs to improve their lives and contribute meaningfully to the Nigerian economy and the actualisation of the Federal Government’s policy objectives.