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Nation Builders Corps (NABCO) Recruitment Employers 2021/2022

Nation Builders Corps (NABCO) Recruitment Employers 2021/2022 | Nation Builders Corps (NABCO) Recruitment Employers | Nation Builders Corps (NABCO) Recruitment Employers 2021/2022

This refers to the private companies that have offers of places for NABCO trainees. In terms of the procedure, employers can sign on to the NABCO through a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to achieve the following:

  • Use the NABCO platform as a primary reference point for sourcing working staff.
  • Private partners to be issued an uptake quota of trainees.
  • Offer training, mentoring and skills upgrading to the recruited graduate trainees; based on an arrangement that assists with a percentage of the cost of training for example.
  • Finally, under this, the NABCO could pay for the first year of trainees who are hired by private employers; apply a 50-50 sharing arrangement in the second year; with an undertaking by user businesses to retain 50% of those engaged under the MOU by the third year.

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Partner Ministries Departments And Agencies

  • Association of Ghana Industries (AGI)
  • Ministry of Trade and Industry
  • National Board for Small Scale Industries (NBSSI)
  • Ghana Standards Authority (GSA)
  • Ministry of Business Development
  • National Entrepreneurship and Innovation Plan (NEIP)
  • Council for Technical Vocational Education and Training (COTVET)

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ORGANISATION CORE BUSINESS POTENTIAL PARTNERSHIP
National Entrepreneurship and Innovation Plan (NEIP)
  • Entrepreneurship development through training and connection funding
  • Provision of Entrepreneurship training to those exiting the package and seeking to become entrepreneurs
  • Connection of entrepreneurs to the funding opportunities
National Board for Small Scale Industry (NBSSI)
  • Development and growth of MSME’s and SME’s in Ghana
  • Provide further training and funding if choosing to becoming entrepreneurs upon exit from the 3 years
Council for Technical, Vocational and Education Training (COTVET)
  • Oversee the training of vocation and technical courses
  • Identify the enterprises and the sectors, and the certain skills required.
  • Type of certificates issued, units of achievement and link them to competencies
  • Share standards
  • Share training needs/gaps in the industries
  • Access to pool of trainers
Ministry of Trade and Industry (MoTI)
  • Regulatory body for Trade and Industry
  • Provide list of companies registered in Ghana
  • Keep track of placement in industry
Ghana Standards Authority (GSA)
  • Set standards, custodian of weights and measures degree, inspection, conformity assessment and certification
  • Set standards, custodian of weights and measures degree, inspection, conformity assessment and certification

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