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Daystar Skills Acquisition Programme: Photography, Bead and Jewellery making, Web development etc

DSAP BEGINS 2013 SECOND SESSION TRAINING

As the first half of the year gradually ends gloriously, Daystar Christian Centre, Lagos has commenced this year’s second session training of her skills acquisition programme known as Daystar Skills Acquisition Programme (DSAP).

The training covers various aspects of skills needed to service various needs of human beings. Such trainings include: Fashion design, Bead and Jewelry making, Event Managements, Photography, Websites development, Graphic design, Cake making and psaltery, Shoe making, generators repairs and host of others.

Both members and none members of the church have been partakers of these trainings since 2009 when the church leadership caught the vision of impacting lives through this programme.  Even people of other religion have reasons to thank God for the leadership of Daystar Christian Centre, Lagos for the opportunities offered them to increase their skills, earn more income and contribute to the economy of their homes.

Over time, the leadership of Daystar Christian Centre has maintained that the essence of a church is the positive impacts it makes on the society. Our mission is “to empower you and I to discover, develop, release and maximize our potentials in God”.

The programme, which begins today, runs for the next 10 days free of charge.

The trainings run three times every year. February, June and October.

Information: Email: Sundayo@daystarng.org, 08037726593.

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  • Yemi

    Thanks for the information, God bless you.
    Please, what is the time of meeting and it runs till what time of the day?

  • Bisi Oyegoke

    Dt is essence of church,thump up 4 day star.

  • Caroline

    I want to partake in d training
    thanks

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