OML30: Cluster 7 graduates 36 trainees, empowers beneficiaries with starter packs

By Kelvin Ohoror

The 2019/2020 trainee sets of Cluster 7, Osioka Field, OML 30 Capacity Building Training programme, sponsored by Heritage Energy Operational Service Limited (HEOSL) and Joint Venture Partners JVC (NPDC & SNRL) were recently presented with certificates and starter packs on different skills acquisition.

Addressing the graduands and beneficiaries at Okpavuerha-Olomu in Ughelli South Local Government Area, Delta State, the Chairman, Cluster 7 Community Management Committee (CMC), Chief Scott Ipilogun, expressed gratitude to the sponsors for making the training a success.

He appreciated the Consultant for his commitment, dedication and his honest delivery of the starter packs, adding that with this, the beneficiaries have become self-reliant.

Starter packs given to graduands.

While congratulating the beneficiaries, Chief Ipilogun however charged them to utilized the essence of the training and make good use of the opportunity given to them to the fullest.

He advised the beneficiaries not to sell their starter packs but to put them to positive use that will benefit them and the society at large.

On his part, the representative of HEOSL, Chief Williams Ebieroma, congratulated the beneficiaries and commended the Cluster Chairman, Chief Scott Ipilogun, and the Consultant, who is the MD/CEO, Jostine Nigeria Business Ventures, Mr. Augustine Atake, for a quality training and starter pack delivery.

He noted that the beneficiaries are so lucky to be selected from among the 10 communities that make up the cluster, noting that the skills acquisition training programme started in 2015. He added that this set makes it the third batch of graduands.

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A total number of 36 participants were trained on Hair Barbing, Hair Dressing, Fashion Design, Make Up Stylist, Tiling, POP Decoration and Plumbing respectively.

Meanwhile, awards of excellence, certificates and starter packs were presented to all beneficiaries on their different skills.

In a chat, Atake, expressed gratitude to the management of the Community Management Committee (CMC) for their support and also to the trainees for their patient while enduring till the end of the capacity building training programme.

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