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Nigerdock rebrands training centre to boost local capacity



In line with its commitment to enhance Nigeria’s local capacity and provide competent indigenous workforce for the energy services sector, Nigerdock has unveiled its re-branded Training and Development Academy in Nigeria.

The fully equipped academy, which was unveiled last week, according to the company, is a globally recognised centre that has been training tradesmen and professionals for over three decades.

Niger Dock disclosed that the academy has recorded over 6,000 trainees in various skills including project management, quality assurance, occupational health and safety, welding, fitting, painting and coating, machining, lifting, rigging and scaffolding, among others.


Representatives of the Nigerian Content Development and Monitoring Board (NCDMB), Oil and Gas Trainers Association of Nigeria (OGTAN), Nigerian Institute of Welding (NIW), International Oil and Gas Companies (IOCs) as well as business partners, who graced the occasion, commended Nigerdock for its consistent efforts to bolster local content and put the country on the global map in complex oil and gas projects delivery.

While unveiling the re-branded academy, which was formerly known as Nigerdock Training Centre, Group Corporate Affairs Director, Jagal-Joy Okebalama, noted that by re-branding the centre, the company would be able to replicate its excellent quality footprints in the industry.

“It will also be able to increase its accreditation portfolio, enable partnerships with relevant public and private organizations, arm Nigerian youth with skills for employment and life and will ultimately be franchised across Nigeria with the bid to offering internationally accredited qualifications in various disciplines,” she added.

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