“Technical Vocational Skills Is Key To Nation Building”–Says 4Life Zoe CEO Varney 


The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of 4Life  Zoe Vocational  Technical Training Program, Francis Varney, has added his voice to the many voices in the country that have called on the government and people of Liberia to make technical vocational skills a priority for nation building.

   Varney, who is a well-known entrepreneur, said he would not have reached his current level in the country without the technical vocational skills he acquired.

   He made the statement during an exclusive interview with the Hot Pepper at his 4Life Zoe headquarters in the New Hope community, Jacob Town, district#2, Montserrado County.

   According to him, he has a degree in Agriculture from the University of Liberia (UL), but it has not helped him as compared to his vocational knowledge.

   He said it is a fact that education is key to Life, but the Liberian society demands vocational skills to survive.

   4Life Zoe Vocational Technical Training Program provides short-term and long-term programs. This vocational training institution was the first, according to information, to provide training in satellite installation to the public at an affordable cost.

   Courses offered by 4Life Zoe are air conditioning and refrigeration repair, bio-gester and septic tank construction, ice cream making, 3D epoxy floor making, biogas training, driving, sound engineering and keyboard, plumbing, interior decoration and fashion design, security camera installation and computer training at the advanced level.

   The 4Life Zoe Vocational Technical Training campus is said to be one of the leading and conducive learning environments in Liberia.

  Currently, 4 Life Zoe cycle’s 25 students are expected to graduate soon. Cycle 25 students are close to five hundred (500) students, and the next cycle orientation will be December 17, 2022.

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