SEMA’s trainees receive regular soft- and hard skills training that is beneficial to their personal development and any professional career. The programme includes group training, individual assignments, field data collection and mentorship from professional experts in research. At the end of the traineeship, trainees have developed a range of hard research skills, such as interviewing and data-analysis, as well as soft skills such as communication skills, critical thinking, team work, leadership and work ethic. Successful trainees are rewarded with a certificate at the end of the programme to validate their skills for future employment.
SEMA acknowledges the trainees effort to learn and appreciates their hard work by giving them monthly rewards, including announcing the outstanding trainee of the month.This monthly award is based on elements of timeliness, reliability, motivation, data quality and effective communication of the trainees to encourage them in stepping up the game each month in their performance. Outstanding trainees also get an opportunity to take separate learning tracks at the SEMA department of their choice.
SEMA TRAINEE OF THE MONTH MARCH 2020
Meet Babra the trainee of the month March.
Babra is a Kyambogo student pursuing a Bachelor of Guidance and Counseling who joined SEMA in January 2020 with an aim of improving her soft skills and interacting effectively with people in the community.
Her heart of caring brings people together, and a smile to the faces of everyone on the team. Babra has shown exceptional efforts towards learning and experiencing new environments of work with no hesitation. Congrats, Keep up the good work!