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NITDA trains 50 unemployed graduates on OBPO



The National Information Technology Development Agency (NITDA), has commenced training of 50 unemployed graduates on Online Business Process Outsourcing (OBPO), reports ITRealms

Online Business Process Outsourcing is usually available jobs online that could execute from any location via digital device like computer or smartphone as long as the device is connected to the internet.

Declaring the training open on Monday, the Acting Director-General, NITDA, Dr. Vincent Olatunji, informed participants drawn from the six geo-political zones in the country, that the training aligned with NITDA’s mandate, stressing they are more repositioned to training unemployed Nigerians who will be able to compete with others globally. 

“I am excited to declare this training open, which is the second in less than two weeks. I was here two weeks ago to declare open a training for people with disabilities and now with able people. What we are doing is to affect the lives of every Nigerian irrespective of status. We are to develop a globally competitive human capital with the aims of equipping them with training to make them globally employable,” Dr. Olatunji said.

He also pointed out that the world of work is changing and there is need to realign the nation’s workforce and labour market to this change, emphasizing that geographical locations are no longer hindrance to job hunt any longer with online Business Process Outsourcing. 

Additionally, Dr. Olatunji said that not adopting the Online Business Process Outsourcing platform has dire effects on the nation’s economy, maintaining that leveraging on the platform would make diversification of economy achievable as it would attract foreign flows of income into the country.

He listed the deliverables of the Online Business Process Outsourcing to include, freedom to choose what to do; who you want to do it with; where you want to work; consistent income; access to basic need of life and social relevance.

He advised the beneficiaries of the training to value it as key in helping them to achieve crescendo, declaring, “Only if you know this training this training can help you reach your goal of sufficiency and less dependence on the white collar jobs.”

The Director, Software and Outsourcing, Mr. Chris Okeke admonished participants to see future in the Online Business Outsourcing and make it a spring board of becoming employers of labours themselves in the near future. 

ITRealms gathered that NITDA promised to reward three outstanding trainees with a laptop each to complement with the knowledge acquired, just as it urged them to put whatever they have learnt in practice as there are mechanism put in place to measure their performances.
 


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