In abid to reduce cost of rent and other operational experiences, Management Training and Advisory Centre (Mtac) is set to acquire permanent home in Ntungamo District, Executive Director Soteri Nabeeta has revealed.
Briefing media ahead of the 7th graduation ceremony slated for 31stJanuary under the theme: Promoting enterprise development through skills training in vocational courses, Nabeeta said the new home in Ntungamo is line with the centre strategic plan of expansion to take vocational and practical skills course to the rural flock.
About 700 students will graduate with diplomas at Mtac in various vocational and enterprise development skills courses.
“Ntungamo district local government has offered us two acres of land to put up our new office there however plans are under way to acquire its land title and then start its construction,”Nabeeta explained.
He noted that the new branch will boost centre plans to increase admission intake by 300 from its current intake of 3000 per year in various branches country wide.
Nabeeta however urged government to provide tool skills to students graduating from the centre to enable them create jobs to reduce unemployment in the country.
“We appeal to government to support us with tool kits to enable our graduates become productive in enterprise development sector and job creation.It’s good to have skills but makes a difference when some has the skills and tool kits as seed capital to advance in job creation,”Nabeeta said.
Mtacasemi autonomous centre under ministry of trade and industry provides cutting edge courses in tailoring, plumbing, hairdressing, shoe making, soap making, charcoal briskets, digital designs, welding and fabrication to enhance employment creation.
Mtac also provides enterprise development training to the youth, women and underprivileged people, we still face challenge of providing tools kits to support our graduates create jobs.
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