News from Lifeline Nehemiah Technical Vocational Institute
35 of our trainees recently completed their training in Electrical-electronics and Building Construction. The final stages of the training involved a 3-month work placement over the summer at various sites.
This is what Mr Kallon, one of the site managers in charge of our trainees had to say of our trainees and the course:
“This training is very important as it adds an advantage for work/jobs and provides a base to further training. Our company is keen to take on trainees from Lifeline. Your trainees brought to our work place values that set them apart. We soon began to give them leadership responsibilities for our teams.”
Mr Kallon went further to say of a particular trainee, a resident at the Nehemiah Boys Home:
“He exhibited integrity, respect and obedient. Our work as engineers in Sierra Leone is full of dishonesty so when he exhibited transparency we cherished that”
The vocational skill-training project has been running for just under a year now, and we are pleased to see that our students have been performing well, and giving and excellent account of themselves. For more information the ‘Betteh Tumara Project’ click here.