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Namibian National Training Authority

The Namibian National Training Authority

Namibia Training Authority. The Port of Call for Vocational Skills in Namibia!

As the regulating body of the Vocational Education and Training sector in Namibia, the Namibia Training Authority is entrusted with the effective regulation and funding of the provision of Vocational Education and Training in our country.

The NTA contributes to the establishment of an effective and sustainable system of skills formation aligned with the needs of the labour market and which provides the skills required for accelerated development. In this system, competencies are developed that are needed for productive work and increased standards of living. Moreover, the NTA promotes access, equity and quality in Vocational Education and Training.

Through this website, the Namibia Training Authority provides you with information that keeps you up-to-date with its activities and the latest developments in our country’s Vocational Education and Training sector.

Website: https://www.nta.com.na

Gary Watkins

Gary Watkins

Managing Director


C: +27 82 416 7712

T: +27 11 462 0982

F: +27 86 689 7862

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