Training is one way that Umala Mission offers youth the skills to enable them to begin a business or gain employment.
SOAP MAKING TRAINING
This activity took place on the 20th of January 2021
Eighteen young men and women participated in this activity, breaking the monotony of day-to-day living in rural Umala.
Many youths are unemployed due to limited opportunities coupled with a lack of skills.
Teaching practical skills will enable them to create job opportunities for themselves and be ready for the competitive job market.
WHAT THEY LEARNED:
-Handle customers with good manners.
-Use nice and pleasant words when communicating.
-Listening to them shows that one cares
-Call them to find out how much they appreciated your service.
-Accepting back the product a customer feels were not good enough and replacing them.
-Offering good after-sales service
-Home delivery of purchased goods
Liquid Soap Making
CHEMICALS AND OTHER REQUIREMENTS
- UNGAROL –Thick paste
- UFACID-Dark one
- INDUSTRIAL SALT
- WOODEN SPOON
- BIG BASIN
- HAND GLOVES
- A PIECE OF CLOTH
MAKING PROCEDURE /STEPS
- Put the salt in the basin.
- Mix with ungarol; stir.
- Put the ufacid; stir.
- Put the UPP; stir.
- Put the CPPU; stir.
- Pour water /add water slowly by slowly until you get the right consistency.
- Leave to settle for one hour.
Ignorance and lack of necessary skills make youth unproductive.
Some participants, after this forum have been awakened.
One, in particular, became innovative and came up with a battery-powered soap-making device for demonstration purposes.
They all agreed that information is power.
The Soap Making Training ended with a short certificate awarding ceremony.