Industrial Training Fund ITE, has signed a tripartite Memorandum of Understanding, MOU, with the Nigerian Air Force and a private firm, to establish framework which the parties will work together for optimal performance and to enhance productivity.
The Director General, Industrial Training Fund, Sir. Joseph Ari, said the MOU would be pursued with vigour and all the seriousness it deserves to record success.
While commending men and officers of the Air Force for their sacrifice in keeping the nation safe, Sir. Ari explained that over the years, ITF had redirected it’s focus on technical and vocational training.
Chief of Air Staff, Air Marshal, Oladayo Amao, represented by the Chief of Standards and Evaluation, Air Vice Marshal Olusegun Philip, said Nigerian Air Force was looking inwards to gradually wean itself on foreign technology and become more innovative and resourceful.
Speaking, the Managing Director, of the private firm, Engr Kola Balogun, assured that the MOU entered would be for the overall economic benefit and development of the nation.