Technical, Entrepreneurial and Vocational Education and Training Authority (Teveta) executive director Ndione Chauluka has said people should be trained continuously to increase their productivity at the work place.
Chauluka, speaking in Blantyre on Friday at the close of an electrical and electronics servicing and repair course for the private sector, said there is no way employees can go for four years without an on-the-job training and employers expect them to deliver the same way they used to when they were just employed.
A representative of the participants, Mike Mussa, who is also Malawi Posts Corporation (MPC) regional information technology manager, said the training has been helpful to participants.
“The training came at a right time and we assure our trainers that we are going to use the skills gained through this training to increase efficiency, delivery of services and make a difference in our workplaces,” he said. n