Bumi Youths Can Now Register For Short-Term Skills Training Programmes

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By BORNEOTODAY
KOTA KINABALU: Unemployed Bumiputera youths are encouraged to attend a registration exercise for short-term training programmes to be held at the Kota Marudu Community Hall this coming Monday (Aug 14, 2017).

HENDRUS ANDING

Scheduled from 8.30am onwards, the programme, which is organised by the Yayasan Peneraju, is expected to be launched by Dr Maximus Ongkili, the Energy, Green Technology and Water (KeTTHA) minister who is also Kota Marudu Member of Parliament.

According to Hendrus Anding, the programme coordinator, four programmes are offered; namely Spa Therapy, Level 1 Scaffolding, Front Office Operations and Wireless Telecommunications, which will run between three to six months.

Opened to youths aged between 17 and 24, Anding said applicants must be able to read, write and count.

“Interested applicants are required to bring two copies of passport-sized photo, a copy of their parents’ identity card and birth certificates, including their own. All documents must be certified true copy.

“They must also be prepared to work outside Sabah,” added Anding.

The Special Officer to the KeTTHA Minister added that with the newly acquired skills, youth are guaranteed work within a year.

For those wishing to know more, contact him at 011-19519006.