Massive turnout as NET Summit 2018 train over 10,000 job seekers


The seventh edition of the NET Summit trains job seekers in thousands  



Massive turnout has been recorded at the just concluded 2018 edition of the National Employment Transformation Summit, NETsummit, as CEOs, professionals, human resource companies and other corporate institutions assemble to train more than 10,000 jobseekers.

NETsummit a by product of the National Career Fair recording its seventh successful edition this year, the annual capacity building programme assembled top human resource executives, various captains of industries, top organisations, and entrepreneurs, to coach prospective employees in arrears of career information, business development, leadership & governance, employment and economic opportunities including scholarships, loans and grants for students in a conscious effort to breach the gap between employers, employees, and jobseekers; while also providing invaluable growth opportunities, mentorship for students, youths, and jobs (white and blue collar) on the spot.

Amongst the facilitators were: Abisoye Fagade, the chairman/Group CEO, Sodium Brand Solution; Yemi Faseun, head, HR FBN Quest Merchant Bank; Omowale David-Ashiru, the country director, Andela Nigeria; Yinka Olugbodi, the CEO, Team Building International; Tokunbo Fasoro, the CEO, BI Solutions; Rufai Oseni (Ace OAP), the CEO, Metamor46 – ICEMAN;  the CEO Hybrid Group, Dapo Omolade; Ajayi Oluwatobi; CEO, ServicePRO – Yinka Olaniyan; Popular OAP, VJ Adams; Shola Animashaun and many more.

Human Resources agencies and companies who were on ground and recruited youths for employment on the spot also include: Lagos Inland Revenue Service, LIRS, Andela, WedBusiness School, Univelcity, Drivertise, Gr8jobs, Eventecture, Workforce, GuardianJobs, WaveAcademy, UKEAS, VerifyMe, FBNQUEST, Flobyt, Pan-Atlantic University, Delicacies Plus, Feminik Logistics and many more

Oluwaseun Shogbamu, the convener of NETsummit, congratulated the participants for taking a bold step in changing the narratives for a better Nigeria. He further called for more support from partners and corporate institutions in areas of trainings, job creation, personal development and internship opportunities in the quest to add more value to the lives of average Nigerian youths.

– Dec. 17, 2018 @ 17:45 GMT |

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