Employment Technology Establishment: NATE Gives Criteria

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The Nigerian Association of Technologists Engineering (NATE), has said that acquisition of its certificate is a mandatory, requisite for employment into any technology establishment in the country.
The chapter chairman of Rivers/Bayelsa states of NATE, Comrade N.E.J. Ejere, said this during the inauguration of standing committees, state Economic Adviser and Launching at the Nigerian Society of Engineers’ secretariat in Port Harcourt.
Ejere, who said that NATE is now a member of the Association of Technologies of West Africa (ATWA) recounted the achievement of the association and observed that the group has phased out HND Diploma from Polytechnic replacing it with B.Tech Degree.
According to him, his association has removed the bottleneck in both point of entry into the employment and progression beyond grade level 14, saying that it was an obstacle for HND holders in both the civil and public sectors.
He noted that since NATE’S Annual General Meeting in Port Harcourt in 2007, all problems and prospects of tertiary institutions have received a positive attention.
He lauded the commitment of SEAT practitioners in fast-tracking the vision and mission of the 7-Point Agenda in 2020.
Earlier, the chairman of the occasion, Engr Organriawo, regretted members’ non attendance of meetings. Represented by Dennis A.A. Dania, Organriawo said it was a nice deal for someone to acquire a knowledge in technology to enhance his performance in the industry.
Those inaugurated were R.O Woko-Chairman professional ethnic and conduct committee; S. O. Ohanweh-Chiarman project development and implementation committee, while Ahmadu I. Zambuk and Morrison Akpan, head of financial/Revenue Generation.

A cross section of Immigration officers during a sensitidation workshop at the Murtala Mohammed International Airport, Ikeja, Lagos
A cross section of Immigration officers during a sensitidation workshop at the Murtala Mohammed International Airport, Ikeja, Lagos