Thirty-Eight Youths from the Young Entrepreneur Program (Y.E.P) have graduated after completing 30 days of training in Start Your Business (SYB) course.
The training involves 10 days of theory sessions and 21 days of practically monitored sessions.
During the graduation ceremony on Monday, International Labour Organization Office for Pacific Island Countries Programme Officer Bimlesh Raj stated, ILO is proud to be associated with Youth At Work on this intensive business course.
He says the overall objective of the program is to encourage youths and those with disabilities in self-employment.The second group of the Young Entrepreneur Program have now started their 1 week SYB course facilitated by Peter Piawa of ILO.
Start Your Business Young Entrepreneur Program is in partnership with the SPC’s Youth@Work and ILO – a component of UNDP’s Human Security Project.