SIALKOT, SEPT 28 (DNA) -Employers’ Federation of Pakistan (EFP) in collaboration with International labor Organization (ILO), organized a two days Training of Trainers Program in Sialkot in which the nominees from various enterprises of the Sports Goods Industry drawn from management and CBA unions participated.

The purpose of the ToT program is to develop a core team of future trainers and resource persons in the areas of Occupational health and Safety, Productivity and Quality Improvement, Fundamental Principles and Right at Work and MNED principles.

Saghir Bukhari representing Director ILO Country Office, Islamabad congratulated Employers’ Federation of Pakistan for organizing ToT program at Sialkot and expressed the hope that trainers developed through this program would play an effective role in building capacity of enterprises and imparting the much needed training in areas of severe concerns in the post pandemic situation. This will also help in improving the resilience of the Sports Goods Industry in combating the challenges of enterprise competitiveness in the global market.

Fasihul Karim Siddiqui, senior advisor Employers’ Federation of Pakistan, welcomed the participants of the TOT Program and explained the aims and objectives of this training initiative.

The EFP’s official team of trainers comprising of Akhtar Quddus, Irfan Abdullah and Muhammad Akram provided training on OSH, Productivity and Training, FPRW, and MNED Principles and made the Workshop highly interactive and communicative.