ITF boss list paths to organisational growth
He stated this at the 2017 ITF annual performance review meeting held recently at the Centre for Excellence of ITF, in Bukuru, Jos.
Ari commended the field commanders who constitute the workforce of the Fund for the successes recorded in the year under review despite the severe economic recession, which engulfed the nation’s economic landscape.
Noting that as much as their efforts are laudable when placed side by side with the soaring unemployment figures and other determinants, it is required of them to do more.
Ari pointed out that in the face of the daunting challenges, they were all undeterred and soldiered on for the love of the country and the Fund.
His words: “Today, our successes have permeated through the nooks and crannies of this country especially through our flagship programme, the National Industrial Skills Development Programme (NISDP). Equally, we did very well in the performance of our other functions including the Students Industrial Work Experience Scheme (SIWES), Reimbursement and our Direct Training Services. A lot more needs to be done.”
Ari, who viewed the event as important because it provides the opportunity for them to collectively take stock of activities in the preceding year, it will also help in projecting and strategizing for optimal result in the succeeding year.
He asserted that the annual review is not a jamboree or a mere talk shop but a serious event that has had fundamental impact on the way they approach their business as a corporate entity.
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