The focus is on design, financing and building of complete value chains within aquaculture and agribusiness industry.
We enable industrial and sustainable development that catalyses the creation of a competitive labour force, especially targeting emerging African markets.
We have developed/designed comprehensive range of services promoting an innovatively dynamic approach for skills development in specialised and basic skills fields.
Along with our international technical partners in the vocational skills acquisition sector, we work with Government and Private Institutions for youth empowerment, establishment and management of skills-acquisition training centres.
Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) is viewed internationally as an effective and efficient tool for empowerment – enabling youths and adults to escape the trap of poverty, as well as contributing to the economic and social wellbeing of their respective communities. Education (and in particular TVET) holds the key to poverty alleviation and economic expansion for developing economies. It responds to the demand for skills and competencies of the labour market to create a competent, motivated and adaptable workforce capable of driving socio-economic growth and development.
In order to address the root cause of unemployment and despair that lead to youth restiveness, extremism and other social vices, it is pertinent that government at all levels put adequate measures in the development of Technical and Vocational Education and Training.
We believe that government’s focus on youth empowerment for job creation, economic sustainability and creation of an industrial workforce for infrastructural development will be achieved by establishing a bespoke Vocational Skills Development Centre(s) in Nigeria. The establishment of a world class Vocational Training Institute with centres in each senatorial district or local government areas of the state to develop the skills of the youths to international standards is key to industrialization and to achieving the state government’s skills acquisition initiative.
Also, there is an urgent need for the state government to concentrate more on institutionalizing vocational skills acquisition due to the fact that the competition for highly skilled and trained personnel in certain technical and vocational fields is becoming fierce with foreigners equipped with those skills from Asia, Eastern and West Europe and America taking up employment opportunities in Nigeria.
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