Dimapur, November 30: Pro Rural in collaboration with Quest Alliance and Accenture successfully completed baking practical training on November 26-27 with students of St. Joseph University, Social Work Department.
The batch started their theory classes from October 4. They were trained by Kevineituo Tepa (Project Coordinator – Skills and Entrepreneurship) and Adahe Neli, (Pastor Mao Baptist Fellowship, guest lecturer). The purpose of ‘Skills to Succeed’ project, which was for 3 months, targeted especially unemployed youths to give training on self-employment and digital literacy along with Quest Alliance inputs relevant for self-employment generation.
Besides the Pro Rural training staffs, some experts were hired for technical skills. Kezevinuo Yano (Alumni) of Skills to Succeed and Julia Kajini (Master Trainer Pro Rural) imparted the technical skills to the students. The next batch for undergoing skill development is due to start from January 2020. For queries one can contact Kevineituo Tepa (Project Coordinator, Pro Rural) – 7005403964.
(Page News Service)