Dana Air has announced its intention to hire and train more than 50 corp members and interns as part of its extensive Corporate Social Responsibility project.
The airline stated that the training would cover a range of topics, including human resources, information technology, ticketing, customer service, quality assurance, commercial, and marketing.
Dana Air’s Chief Operating Officer, Ememobong Ettete, stated the following about the CSR project: “Dana Air CSR initiative is broad-based and inclusive. We have taught many corps members and interns since our inception, and they have gone on to work as cabin crew, ticketing officers, customer service representatives, human resources officers, and even accountants.”
“The list is endless and this is because we believe we can create a career path for these young Nigerians and give them a clear direction because most of them are actually very passionate about aviation but have not had the opportunity to explore or venture, but we have been creating that window for them and the impact has been huge,” the organization stated.
Yes, it’s happening at an odd time, but CSR is a commitment, and you don’t need everything to go your way to be motivated to put it into practice.
Ettete noted that the airline also has those who are currently doing their On job training and are doing incredibly well.
Dana Air is one of Nigeria’s largest airlines, with a mixed fleet of Boeing aircraft and daily flights from Lagos to Abuja, Port Harcourt, Owerri, and Enugu.