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Nestlé Nigeria Commissions Technical Training Centre In Nigeria

Nestlé Nigeria has commissioned its third Technical Training Centre, (TTC) in Nigeria,  in Ogun state.

This is in line with its commitment to help young people build the capabilities and skills they need to contribute towards accelerating industrialisation.Information Guide Nigeria

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According to LEADERSHIP, the first technical training centre was inaugurated in 2011 at Nestlé’s Agbara factory in Ogun State. The second centre was opened in 2017 in the Abaji factory, in the Federal Capital Territory(FCT), Abuja to cater for young people in the Northern part of the country.

LEADERSHIP reports that over 160 students have benefitted from the program since its inception.

Shakiru Lawal, the Country HR manager, Nestlé Nigeria PLC, announced that 50 new students will resume the three training centres at Agbara, Abaji and Flowergate.

Trainees are to participate in an intensive 18-month programme that will builds their competence in , electrical operations, machining, mechanical fitting operations, instrumentation operations and automation, culminating in the prestigious London City and Guilds technical certification examination.

Speaking at the commissioning of the Flowergate TTC, the MD/CEO, Nestlé Nigeria, Mr Wassim Elhusseini said:

“the technical training programme is an initiative of our global flagship programme, Nestlé Needs Youth. The programme is one of the sustainable pathways through which we contribute to meeting the technical needs in the industry while enabling young Nigerians access economic opportunities.”NYSC portal

Also speaking, the Ogun State Commissioner for Education, Science and Technology, Prof. Abayomi Arigbagbu said attests to Nestlé’s commitment to manpower development, capacity building and technical skills acquisition and also focus areas for the Ogun State Ministry of Education, Science and Technology.

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The director general, NECA, Mr. Wale Oyerinde, said:

“With the rising unemployment and challenged educational system, one of the sure paths to rapid national development is Technical and vocational skills development.

“We commend Nestlé for her commitment and massive investment, not only in youth development but also in skills and National development. This effort is commendable and also worthy of emulation by other companies”.

LEADERSHIP reports that HRM, Alaiyeluwa Oba Babatunde Adewale Ajayi, the Akarigbo and Paramount Ruler of Remoland said: “we are proud to be associated with Nestlé, particularly on the commencement of this wonderful initiative.”

One of the twenty trainees at the company’s Flowergate Factory in Ogun State, Anthonia Ehibor said: “We are excited to be the pioneer students of Nestlé technical training centre, Flowergate. We appreciate Nestlé Nigeria for creating this opportunity for us to gain the skills we need to be future-ready.“JAMB Result



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Idongesit Akpa-Ayang

Idongesit is a graduate of Communication Arts, University of Uyo. Currently working as a news reporter at InfoGuide Nigeria.

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