Thursday, 3 August 2017

Samsung Engineering Academy (SEA) Graduates 72 Technicians

In accordance with the Federal Government's vision of promoting entrepreneurship and youth employment, Samsung Engineering Academy (SEA), Lagos, has graduated 72 exceedingly gifted technicians.Samsung Engineering Academy (SEA) Graduates 72 Technicians

The 2016 class joins the 257 graduates who have passed through the academy the most recent five years, and are expected to extend the pool of well-trained technicians in the nation.

Samsung West Africa, Managing Director, Changwook Lee, said the institute was set up to make a pool of technically graduates who are either qualified for work or can begin their own businesses.

Lee, represented by the Head of Customer Service of the firm, Raymond Olatokun, said the new graduates are prepared to end up employees in repair focuses, and mechanical production systems, and also become independent entrepreneurs. Some of Samsung's service partners likewise help in engaging these graduates.

"Samsung's aim is to build successful partnerships in Nigeria to equip the youths with the technical skills needed to transform their lives and contribute to nation development. One of our goals is to positively impart the lives of those at the core of our society, which is the youth. Core to Samsung's vision is to fast track the entry of Nigerian youths into the electronics job market. We shall continually equip them with the needed skills."

The graduands were given customised toolboxes in line with their specialised trade area, to better equip them for the future as entrepreneurs or as part of a skilled workforce.

Executive Secretary, Lagos State Technical and Vocational Education Board (LASTVEB), Mrs. Omolara Erogbogbo, noted that the academy has indeed equipped the youths to become highly skilled technicians in electronics engineering.

She said these skills will not only help them build a better future for themselves, but will also contribute to national economic growth.

Corporate Citizenship Manager of the firm, Judith Kelechi Osuji, disclosed that the academy was established to empower indigent Nigerians and positively impart communities.

The overall best student, Ozurumba Kelechi, said with the experience garnered at the academy, he is better equipped as a technician and university education will be a walkover.


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