“Ngern Tid Lor” organizes a course of financial literacy for career

“Ngern Tid Lor” organizes a course of financial literacy for career

“Ngern Tid Lor” organizes a course of financial literacy for career For prison guards in Kam-Lung-Jai (Inspire) Project in Khao Rakam, Trat

Ngern Tid Lor Public Company Limited, led by Mingkwan Prasertsiwaporn, Training Specialist 

(7th from left), together with trainers, hosted a tutorial programme for prison and corrections officers on basic financial knowledge for them to convey to prisoners being released. The project is part of Kam-lung-jai training and career guidance programme that helps people who made mistakes become good citizens. 

The VDO E-learning format features 12 training sessions on financial fundamentals for working life accompanied with exercise workbooks. The package includes training manuals for prison officers and officers at Kamlangjai project nationwide enabling them to provide training and basic career tips to support people who once made mistakes to become good citizens in society in accordance to the project’s vision. The activity was joined by Naruepon Kaewtet (7th from right), Diretcor, Trat Prison, who presided over the event at the temporary prison in Khao Rakam, Trat. 

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