My name is Elizabeth, a graduate who studied Economics. After my education I spent precious time searching for a white collar job forgetting that whatever you do with your hand lasts longer. The passion for fashion started after school, and I visited a tailor but I didn't achieve my aim. I moved on to another fashion school, yet to no avail, but I never gave up, till I found someone's favor who directed me to FSD - Field of Skills and Dreams Vocational Technical and Entrepreneurship Academy.
ElizabethNovember 17, 2016
It is with great pleasure and enthusiasm I am writing this mail. It all started on that wonderful day - December 19th 2012, a Wednesday to be precise, I walked up to a Business Seminar sponsored by United Parcel Service UPS in conjunction with Foundation for Skills Development FSD at Ikeja.
I had a thrilling session that was mind-blogging and revealing. Before then, I had an accident July 26th 2012 on a business trip in Eket, where I almost lost my life but thanks be to God for his miraculous intervention.
PeterNovember 17, 2016
Alumnus Kemi Sanwoolu opened Master's Touch Fashion House, Abuja in April 2013. She cannot totally express her appreciation for FSD for the great turnaround she has witnessed; but then FSD cannot also fully express how PROUD we are of our alumni. They run with the vision and they race with the skills they acquire at FSD.
Kemi SanwooluNovember 17, 2016
My name is Akinsiku Motunrayo, I am an alumni of Fsd. I was at Fsd 2008 for a course in catering department (bakery and confectionery),the course was a three month course,just before my nysc programme in November that same year. During my NYSC, I trained about 5people,had my business name registered and from that money I got from my baking business I furthermore into beaded jewelry and accessories. Fsd being my almamata in skills acquisition showed be how to be empowered and also empower others too. I just want to encourage the upcoming ones that with God on your side and your zeal to excel nothing is impossible to achieve through prayers and dedication. May God continuously strengthen Fsd to keep the good work going. Thank you
Akinsiku MotunrayoNovember 17, 2016
I want to thank the organization of FSD for this opportunity and privilege to have this industrial machine and for all their support. This industrial machine has really helped my business.
I got to know FSD March 2012 and my business has turned around for good due to all their advice and the seminars.
Thank u ma and keep on the good work. May God continue to bless you.
Boom Fashion World, Ogbomosho.
BabafemiNovember 17, 2016
"Yes I am 1 of d participants. Thank u ma. U r my inspiration. Whenever I attend any of the seminars organised by your organisation, it always gear me up to better my business.
Guess wot? D December seminar also helped, d 1st thing I did in 2013 was to register my business, d 2nd step was that I got an office space n d place is been renovated now, by next week, it will b ready 4 opening.
I just wish u can b there. I’ll b honoured if u are there". FSD: Yes FSD was there on 10th March 2013 to join in declaring the business office open on Shagamu road, Ikorodu – we go the extra mile to support business owners.
Bolanle JimohNovember 17, 2016
Celestina, is a proud alumnus of the FSD training center for Cakes and Confectioneries in 2009 and beneficiary of a FREE 3week Entrepreneurship program in the USA on the platform of the FSD WISB seminars(2012). Today the proud owner of Sonec Confectioneries is a versatile and an amazingly focused woman.
A chemical engineer, who today is baking cakes and doing big time catering business.
CelestinaNovember 17, 2016
At FSD i learnt how to make ankara shoes and bags. After my training, i started making bags for people around me. I made for my neighbours, cousins, aunties and other people that saw my product online (BBM and Whatsapp). When i got back home after service, I was invited by the Youth zonal coordinator of winners chapel to teach the youths the skill i acquired. I also learnt how to wrap bibles and other books with ankara in my spare time. Today I'm so fulfilled and thank God for ordering my feet to FSD.
Familiars OlaniyanNovember 17, 2016
FSD has helped me so much in building skills and abilities in designing and sewing of clothes. I started with making simple dresses for myself which i learnt to do during my NYSC year. I learnt this skill in a space of months and now I am making money from it despite having a regular job. FSD is truly a place to be.
Motunrayo JaiyeolaNovember 17, 2016
My sister- Mariam – introduced me to FSD in 2009. I was a restless young man; but she believed I had a passion and she wanted me to pursue it.
I loved to draw and I was creative, but I did not know how to take it to the next level, I kept doing several things and was not just getting it right. I enrolled for a six month course in Furniture craft. I persevered and FSD believed in me.
There were times, when I was the only student in the class, yet I was always well taught by the FSD trainer. By 4months, I was making beautiful pieces of furniture, even my sister, family and friends could not believe when they saw the pictures.
FSD taught me Furniture Craft and Entrepreneurship. Immediately after my 6months training, FSD got me an IT job which helped develop both my craft and business skills quickly. In less than 3months at that firm, I knew I was ready to fly. I picked another job where in less than a year; I rose to become a supervisor.
Today, my company invites FSD to supply them more staff than even FSD can graduate, because of my performance. I am back in part-time school at weekends; self-sponsored and I am pursuing my dream and doing well. FSD thank you. My sister Mariam – I love you.