Nigeria Tailoring Apprentice Agreement Form

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Hello, praise the perseverance you have in your blog and the detailed information you provided. I can`t stress why a company like sewing is ideal for the “nine to five,” as well as for those who choose autonomy from the start as I`ve done so far, and it is a small business that the worker can start without looking for money outside of his salary, since it is usually within the salary of an employee to set up, even if it is not at once, but over time, to distinguish a certain monthly amount until one is able to get everything that is necessary. Once you have graduated and served, you can choose to test the waters or work with the former owner (especially for goodwill purposes) until you can be sure that he could be alone. I`m not going to speculate on the cost of acquiring space for the business involved because of the variations, depending on sites even in the same city or state (same village), and I`m not even excluded that this can be done at home, especially by those who are not willing to finish their day job, and do this part-time to increase their financial dynamism. In keeping with my promise to present and highlight other entrepreneurial adventures in addition to the possibilities offered by road transport, we can follow while we keep our nine to five, I decided to write on TAILORING. In fact, I`m really surprised I didn`t write about it earlier, because I`m completely surrounded by tailors, some who do it only as their livelihood and those who work at their day job while supplementing their income by sewing. During my visit to Nasarawa State in northern Nigeria, I spoke to a tailor in Lafia, the state capital. She had learned to sew after high school because she wasn`t sure she could go to university, but as fate wanted, she had the chance to train, not because she was sponsored, but because she could pay for her courses on the product of her tailoring trade, and even after graduating from Nasarawa State Polytechnic, she continued her activities with EMPLOYEES (contract) and APPRENTIE. The only challenge may be the cost of renting a room, especially if you intend to create a store in a tower, but this is not advisable for the “nine to five” in the first few days, but will be necessary if one is on the verge of exiting paid employment, and has gained some employees and apprentices. Actually, my mom`s a seamstress. She used the income from crafts to support the family for several years.

It even helped my late father to buy a house in Kaduna that I inherited. The most important aspect for her is that now that she is getting older, she is still an active seamstress. Thus, she still earns money for herself and thus relieves her children of their support. The story is quite different for their friends who have not yet learned trade/manual work at the time. They now rely exclusively on their children for their lives, and we all know how difficult times have been in this country. In practical terms, sewing is the trade that is always relevant to livelihoods. There`s an old man who lives in my neighborhood, who doesn`t make a living without the kids being. He was a painter of all his youth days and he recently resigned because of health problems caused by long contact with chemicals. So, you see, sewing is a very profitable business, so much so that a new ring of intermediaries (most women) have developed, collect sewing jobs/contracts from individuals and wealthy institutions like primary and secondary schools, and give those to Schneider who make clothes and uniforms at agreed fees, while cutting for themselves some of the dough as a fee for the connection.

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