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Excellence Assured to offer free trainings in Malawi

Written by  Trizzar Lapani
Mizere- offering a certificate to to the girl in previous semminars Mizere- offering a certificate to to the girl in previous semminars

Lilongwe, February 28: Excellence Assuredwill offer free trainings in project management, monitoring and evaluation and data entry skills to Malawian youth in all districts who are willing to grap the skills.

The training is scheduled to take place on March 3-4, 2018.

Speaking in an interview with Malawi News Agency (Mana) on Tuesday, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) for Excellence Assured, Chipiliro Mizere said that they are providing free skills that are expensive and essential in every job market around the world.

“We are offering training programs in the country and so far, over 3,000 youth from Blantyre, Lilongwe, Zomba and Mzuzu have been trained under our programmes.

Our facilitators and lectures are giving their best to the maximum, that we are able to   train anyone who is willing for free,” he pointed out.

Mizere added that their current project targets school leavers, job seekers, working class and students especially Master students and final students who are doing research courses.

 He said youth who have Malawi School Certificate of Education (MSCE) are invited for the free training.

The CEO said these trainings are being offered in capital cities of the country saying 70 per cent of their targeted youth are living in cities.

“We are targeting cities because for example in Blantyre covers students from all districts in southern region, Zomba covers students from Eastern region.

While in Lilongwe covers students within central region and Mzuzu cover all students in Northern region, in this case we are handling almost everyone in Malawi,” Mizere explained.

Apart from these trainings they have already trained computer skills to primary students in Blantyre, Zomba, Dedza, Ntcheu, Balaka, Mangochi, Lilongwe, Thyolo, Chiradzulu schools, according to the CEO.

He said the trainings are being offered to assist creating job channels among the youth in the country.

He said the participants in this training course would be given one type of certificate in a hard copy with two logos of Excellence Assured and UNIMA, saying that their organisation is part of Chanco student Union Organization.

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