Training and Capacity Building

In Nigeria, there is a major gap in the area of quality skills and quality education that is on par with that of developed countries. Skill “G” aims to close this gap by providing training and capacity building to students, teachers, innovators, and people of academia in Nigeria. We provide capacity building to assist individuals to obtain and improve the skills, information, and other resources necessary to improve themselves and expand their abilities to perform other tasks.
We offer this training and capacity building in areas such as science, technology, mathematics, technical and vocational education. This will ensure quality education and practical delivery through methods such as:

  • Effective practical training of various vocational skills
  • Establishment of state-of-the-art educational resource centers
  • Supply of education instructional materials to schools
  • Supply of training equipment to schools.
These capacity-building programs are developed on the most advanced systems of management and educational training. It also cuts across various sectors of education whether institutional or non-institutional to foster growth, creating an impact, and providing sustainability in a developing education system.

Projects

Training and Capacity Building

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NNPC Special Intervention

  • 9 Niger Delta States equipped with Science & Technology, Technical & Vocational Education equipment.
  • Labless LAB Science kits deployed to 450 secondary schools across Nigeria.
  • STVET Laboratory/Workstations deployed to 9 Technical Colleges and 9 Colleges of Education across the country.
  • Functional Advanced Manufacturing Units deployed to 9 State universities and 24 Federal Universities across the country.
  • Training of 500 Teachers, Lecturers, Technicians and Instructors.
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  • Sanitization of Surfaces: Surfaces prone to high usage like door handles, entry gate, pantry area, arm rests, furniture surfaces are frequently sanitized with disinfectants.
  • Staff Covid-19 training:
    The staff of the organizations were trained holistically on precautionary and safety measures. Each staff member knows what to do to guide every visitor or client in basic safety measures. More so, the workers were mandated to observe the standards themselves.
  • Mask up: This was the norm during the pandemic, but the populace easily contravened it. Hence the organization made a mandatory rule of No mask, no entry.
  • Enter with your ID: The possibilities of emergencies were considered; hence all individuals must have their ID on at all times. This allows for easy recognition and also reduces the entrance of loiterers into the organization.
  • Hygiene & Washing of hands: Staff and visitors are encouraged to wash their hands with soap before entering the organization. We further encourage the washing of hands at stipulated breaks.