Nimba County Community College Introduces 2 New Vocational Training

Dr. Yah Gonway Gono
Dr. Yah Gonway Gono

{GANTA /LINA) – The President of the Nimba County Community College (NCCC), Dr. Yah Gonway Gono, has disclosed that the college will introduce two Technical Vocational Training Programs (TVTPs).

Speaking on a local radio station via mobile phone from Sannuquillie City, Dr. Gono indicated that all is now set and ready for the school to commence the teaching of the two courses.

She named the two vocational courses as electricity and plumbing.

The NCCC President pointed out that the institution will only be accepting four students each at the two departments for the first phase, with a plan to increase the number in the near future.

She said the introduction of the program at the college is intended to provide knowledge to young people interested in acquiring technical and vocational skills.

Dr. Gono said those enrolling in the Plumbing Department will spend two years, while those enrolling in the Electricity Department will spend three years to obtain certificates that will qualify them for the job market.

Meanwhile, Madam Gono is encouraging young people to take advantage of the opportunity to prepare themselves for future challenges.

She said registration for enrolment is currently ongoing on the campusof the NCCC.

Gono thanked President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf and partners for their support to the school since its establishment in 2010.

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