Mar 15, 2017, 12:36 PM
A five-day training workshop for master craft persons on enhanced knowledge, skills and attitude for the master craft persons ended last Friday at the Gambia Technical Training Institute (GTTI) in Kanifing.
The training workshop, which was organised by the National Training Authority (NTA) and funded by GAMJOBS, was meant to develop a set of performance indicators for the assessment of the master craft persons (MCPs) as trainers.
In his closing remarks, the Director for Quality Assurance (QA), Edrissa Colley commended the participants for their cooperation and commitment during the training session. He noted that the training would go a long way towards improving the skills of the participants.
Colley noted that the government is doing everything possible to make Gambian youths acquire valuable skills that would enable them operate their workshops effectively.
He urged the participants to make the best use of the knowledge gained from the programme.
He also thanked the National Training Authority (NTA) for organising the training programme and GAMJOBS for providing the needed funds, adding that the training would greatly improve the knowledge of the master craft persons.
Boto B.M Sanneh, a participant who urged his colleagues to make the best use of the knowledge gained from the workshop, delivered the vote of thanks.
He commended the NTA for organising the workshop, which he said would go a long way towards improving the skills of the master craft persons.