Here is the NABCO Exit Plan as revealed by the Minister of State for the Office of President, Madam Freda Akosua Prempeh.
The mass entrepreneurship policy under the YouStart programme will lead to more sustainable jobs especially for NABCO Trainees.
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About NABCO Exit Plan
- Madam Prempeh made this known when she appeared before Parliament on Tuesday to answer a question asked by Mr Smauel Okudzeto Ablakwa.
- The Member of Parliament for North Tongu asked the following question “what is the government’s policy on the status of NABCO trainees after the expiration of their three-year engagement which lapsed at the end of October 2021, as well as plans for more sustainable job creation ? “
NABCO Exit Plan
- In response to the question asked by Mr Smauel Okudzeto Ablakw Madam Prempeh stated the first batch of NABCO trainees’ three-year engagement elapsed at the in October.
- She explained that NABCO as a well-structured programme has provided work and learning experiences for those who voluntarily signed onto the Scheme. And that the work option of the scheme is meant for trainees to put their education background to use, build and acquire additional skills within their work environment.
- And as part of the exit plan, the Scheme expected to see trainees considering various pathways during their stay on the Scheme leading to their exit.
- She revealed that the 67,657 trainees trainees were being prepared through the transition into sustainable employment opportunities or their chosen career pathways.
- She further explained that NABCO trainees were expected to pursue distinct career pathways which included gaining retention in current role or employment elsewhere known as self-employment and entrepreneurship or career-focused further learning including vocational training.
- As part of the exit plan, NABCO is continuing its engagement with the Module Implementation Partners to complete their talent needs assessments and offer available vacancies to qualified and deserving trainees.
- This would lead to further employment into institutions such as the Ghana Revenue Authority, Ghana Education Service, Ministry of Health and the Ghana Health Service, Ministry of Communications, and the Ministry of Food and Agriculture among others.
- And that NABCO would continue to collaborate with other agencies and programmes to provide entrepreneurship support to the about 67,657 trainees with viable and innovative business ideas to become entrepreneurs adding that collaboration was currently ongoing with the National Entrepreneurship and Innovation Programme and the Ghana Enterprise Agency under the You Start.