So long Jerry Beukes

05 August 2020 | Government

The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Namibia Training Authority (NTA), Jerry Beukes resigns after four years. This resignation is effective as of 30 September 2020. Beukes was overseeing significant changes in establishing the Namibia Training Authority as the port of call for technical and vocational skills in Namibia. His commitment to the task at hand has resulted in a wide range of tangible improvements to the country's Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) sector. Sound engagement and the delivery of high quality TVET services have been hallmarks of his term in office and Beukes leaves NTA in a strong position for future growth. The Board has informed the Minister of Higher Education, Technology and Innovation accordingly, and an announcement about interim and continuity arrangements until such time that the vacancy is filled, will be announced in due course. The Board thanks Beukes for the energy, vision and zeal he brought to this role and we wish him a successful, as he progresses his career.

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