Develop the skills to prepare yourself for the world of work
Wajibika is an initiative aimed at helping you build the skills you need to make the critical transition from education to work. The online and face to face initiative will guide you on how to look for work, what to wear and how to conduct yourself during an interview, how to manage your money, ways to impress colleagues and clients, as well as providing the skills you need to start and run your own business.
Breaking into the job market is difficult, especially if you didn’t have the right set of skills to make yourself a better employment option. Making sure you have these skills is what the Wajibika initiative is all about.
Work at your own pace
We recognise that you want to learn in your own way, in your own time, so our Wajibika online curriculum lets you develop these skills from your computer, tablet or smartphone.
Our Wajibika learning initiative provides four modules covering work, people, money and entrepreneurial skills.
The learning platform is fully responsive, takes you less time to complete and provides you with an experience that is an added value as you go out to face the job market.
Register for the modules. Complete the course. Take ownership of your successClick here to login/Register
NBC believes that its business cannot grow successfully independent of the development of the community within which it operates. It is for this reason that NBC has specific social responsibility obligations to the community.
The NBC CSR Fund will seek to advance NBC’s image through growing partnerships by providing financial and other resources to disadvantaged communities to ensure the sustainable development of such communities. Community development implies that a range of supportive resources is applied to increase the prosperity and capacity of given communities. To contribute towards real and sustainable business development, leading to community development, NBC must seek to be more than just a bank.
The NBC CSR Fund will seek to create partnerships with other organizations by providing financial and non-financial resources in the form of grants and /or donations to sustainable community development programmes. Funding is channeled towards Education, Health and Job Creation, generally accepted as the pillars of a healthy and prosperous society.
25 MAY 2015 06:03 AM
On 25th May 2015 African countries world wide celebrated Africa Day in commemoration of African Unity. Africa Day came as a result of the founding of the Organization of African Unity (OAU) on 25th May 1963. On this day, leaders of 30 of the 32 independent African stated signed a founding charter in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
26 MAR 2015 08:06 AM
As part of taking part in community activities; On March 2015 NBC donated to the Albino Society – an initiative which was well made by colleagues from Retail Banking and Compliance Department.