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SOS Labour Ghana limited provided FREE TRAINING for over 200 women in Ghana
Over 200 women received FREE Job readiness training from the NekoTech Center for Peace and Development's initiative, SOSJOBS4WOMEN, in Accra, under the auspices of the Ghana Ministry for Employment and Labour Relations on May 8th at the Accra International conference center.
Her Excellency Rev Dr Princess Ocansey, founder for the SOSJOBS4WOMEN initiative gave a lecture on: 7 Things that get you Hired and the 7 things that get you fired."
The project was sponsored by SOS Labour, Ghana's first licensed and multiple award winning international and national job placement agency as a social responsibility program.
The Deputy Minister for Employment and Labour Relations gave a lecture on “Can Do Spirit for success in the work place". Also present was AU Ambassador Dr. Erieka Bennett, who provided training on “Living the Best Life Now and for the rest of your life as a responsible African Diasporan."
Participants were provided links to sign up into the nations new Skills Bank in preparation for the upcoming Virtual Job Fair on June 10 - 17 and the Job Summit on July 24, 2014 at the Accra International Conference Center to be attended by top leading ladies from Ghana and around the world virtually and in person.
Sponsorship opportunities to train more women, especially in the rural areas, are still open. SOSJOBS4WOMEN Ghana is targeting 10,000 jobs for women in Ghana and overseas and is seeking training in both entrepreneurial and employability development for the women, especially the undeserved and underprivileged.
Deputy Minister of Employment and Labour Relations and HE Ambassador Erieka Bennett were Guests of Honor. Glory and praise to God for a glorious day! Special thanks to Kaybee and the amazing 4 ladies and the SOS Team: Benjamin Apodei Benjamin Wentland Mrs Ocansey UK, Donna, Rhoda, Rev Caleb Adu Armah, Muhammed, Tyra Nkansah, Razak, Victor Mawulolo Mr Roro and team great job team!
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