The first batch of graduates of the Technical Skills Acquisition Programme (TSAP) from the Peugeot Automobile Nigeria (PAN) can work anywhere in the world as trainings at the PAN Learning Centre are now accredited by City and Guilds.
Managing Director and CEO of PAN, Ibrahim Boyi disclosed this during the graduation ceremony of 79 TSAP graduates held within the company’s premises in Kaduna.
Boyi explained that the graduates also have opportunities of working with several companies that rely on them for middle level manpower.
“We link trainees with emerging opportunities with our company and several others that rely on our graduates, especially Dangote Group, who recruit staff from our trainees,” he added.
The MD told the graduates that they are the graduation is the opening of a new chapter in their lives, which abounds with limitless opportunities.
“It is good to see great transformation from displaced persons to men and women who would henceforth be contributing to the economy of their families, communities and the nation,” he added.
He thanked the facilitators, United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) for roles played the lives of the young people, while also commending the governments of Yobe, Adamawa and Borno States for their commitment to the project.