Another lot trained in fruit and vegetable processing
National Food Technology Research Centre (NFTRC) last week trained 21 people on Processing of Fruits and Vegetables.
Eighteen of the trainees came from Kgalagadi South and North Regions and were funded by Out of School Education and Training (OSET, while the remaining three came from Selebi Phikwe and were funded by Gender Affairs Department.
When giving a vote of thanks on behalf of NFTRC, Mrs Annah Nkwe-Mosele thanked trainees for showing interest in NFTRC services and appreciated them for utilising the centre’s services.
Ms Mosele urged them to always contact NFTRC whenever they need assistance and encouraged them to never give up in life.
When giving a vote of thanks on behalf of the trainees, Mr Andries Molefi praised NFTRC for the good education imparted as the trainers knew what their stuff and created a good learning environment for the trainees through their good interpersonal skills, adding that their objectives were met.
Mr Molefi requested NFTRC to consider using Setswana throughout in some instances as understanding English is sometimes a challenge.
The trainees broke out in song and dance as well as a poem to show their appreciation to NFTRC staff for a job well done and to appreciate their hospitality after being awarded certificates.