al Education. WOFAN Schools’ vision of producing students that are not only employable but also have the skills and technical know-how to become entrepreneurs and employers of labour has continued to grow as students in both primary and secondary sections have learned to make shoes through the school’s hands-on training programs.

The pupils, who are between primary 4 to JSS 2 started learning shoe-making as part of their vocational training sessions at the beginning of the 2019/2020 session and can now make different types of leather shoes for children and adults.

As part of the school’s management vision of discipline & self-reliance for all its students, training of this nature will make them understand the economic advantages of learning vocations along with their formal education subjects so that they can use the skills to start a business, development the path of vocation for their future and become employers of labour as they scale up in life.

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