The Council of Registered Builders of Nigeria (CORBON) has inaugurated monitoring and evaluation component training for 745 N-Power Batch ‘C’ in Sokoto State.
Inaugurating the training in Sokoto , Mr Samson Opeluwah, the council Chairman, said the programme aimed at assisting the nation’s economy as well as ensure breading of professionals in building sector.
He said the present batch would be trained for nine months, starting from March this year.
Opeluwah noted that the N-Power programme as initiated by the Federal government has positively changed many lives.
According to him the training which is of nine months duration had so far engage no fewer than 10,000 beneficiaries of N-Power Build project for Batch A, B and C in Sokoto state within three years.
The training drive was aimed at strengthening focus on trainees to learn, achieve proficiency, expertise and required bardic knowledge with certification by CORBON against building collapse.
The News Agency of Nigeria NAN reports that the beneficiaries were symbolically presented with builders kids.