The struggle was worthwhile.
Trust Academy students recently graduated with diplomas in Customs Legislation and Procedures (CLP) at a joyous ceremony held by the Shipping and Forwarding Agents’ Association of Zimbabwe (SFAAZ). The graduation ceremony took place on the 1st of September at Casino Marina Convention Center in Harare.
During his speech, the Chairperson for SFAAZ, Mr. G. Muswere said, “being a graduate is not the end. Go out into the world and make a positive contribution. Employ the knowledge and skills you acquired during your training to make a meaningful impact”.
Mr. Leen Kuzerera, was excited about having a diploma conferred on him. He recounted that although the journey had not been easy, their patience and the support from their lecturers had enabled them to succeed. Additionally, he encouraged all prospective students to enrol with Trust Academy as it provides a very supportive environment for learning and its lecturers are intensely focused on ensuring that students receive help when it is necessary.
Chido Musitsware another graduate expressed her pleasure at having received a diploma from Trust Academy. She also urged, both present and future students, to work hard in class so that they will also make it.
To add icing to the cake, a raffle was held and many graduands and guests walked away with electric kettles courtesy of SFAAZ.
Congratulations to all our students who made it.