Coen Welsh | Nov 14, 2017 | 0
NAC managers graduate from USB
NAC Acting CEO Tamer El-Kallawi said the training was a milestone as it was the first of its kind sin the history of the NAC.
He emphasized the company’s dedication to staff development.
“As a matter of principle and commitment, the NAC’s aim is to provide relevant training and development to address skills deficits and developmental challenges of our employees and that of the Namibian skills market at large.
“Skills shortage has become a major challenge in this day and age.
To effectively address this matter, the NAC will unreservedly continue in its strides to coordinate with industry partners and training organizations to ensure training and development opportunities for our staff” he said.
El-Kallawi urged the graduates to “Keep up the good work and continue to empower the rest of your colleagues with your newly acquired skills and knowledge. Make the NAC proud by your strong, innovative, and excellent contributions.”
Jim Linskey, General Manager of the USB Executive Development programme also called on the graduates to implement what they learned and empower their colleagues and the nation as a whole.
“You now have a new way of thinking and had to change your behaviour and do something with what you have acquired. Change the NAC and change Namibia and coach your colleagues as well” Linskey said. Mia Davids received the Director’s Award for top student while her group Kura received the honours for the top performing group.