By: KATO P. LADAN, Kaduna
Director General PAN Learning Centre (PLC), Mrs. Elizabeth Mordi, in her welcome address, said that a year after graduating the 2016/2017 set, they are graduating the 2017/2018 batch with benefits that are impacting on the Nigerian society.
She expressed this at the graduation ceremony of Technical Skills Development Project (TSDP)/Modern Motor Maintenance Technique (MAMT) Trainees at the company’s plant in Kaduna on Wednesday June 27, 2018.
She said that the programme has impacted positively in the lives of Nigerian youth.
Mordi said that PLC has trained over 1,000 youth who have become entrepreneurs and employers of labour scattered all over Nigeria.
She commended the commitment of PAN in ensuring the success of vocational trainings.
She thanked God that all through the training, no life was lost from either the staff or students of the 2017/2018 set of trainees.
The PLC DG prayed that all the graduands would become gainfully employed once they go back to their respective homes.
In his remarks, the Director General /CEO of the Indian Training Fund (ITF), Sir Joseph Ari in his keynote address, said that ITF played a huge role in coming on board of TSDP.
He said that skills development is crucial for Nigeria, hence collaboration with PAN and others will continue.
He appreciated management of PAN for always heeding to their request.
Represented by Zonal Manager ITF Kaduna, Yahaya Manu charged the graduands to ensure impeccable character in terms of relating with clients, while stressing that moral character is key to their success.
He charged other private and public organisations to emulate PAN in training of youth for the improvement of society, while assuring that they would always be willing to contribute to such noble gestures when called upon.