The management of CWG Plc has announced that the CWG Academy, training and capacity building arm of the company is set to start a session on the 24th of May 2021.
Explaining that the 14 weeks training programme is designed to give participants practical experience in various technological training fields, the company implores Nigerians, especially the youths to apply for the hands-on physical class.
“CWG Academy is set to start a new session that will last for 14 weeks and commences on the 24th of May. The hands-on physical class is designed to give participants practical experience in various technological training fields,” it announced in a statement issued and signed by its Head of Brands and Marketing, Ms. Seun Koshoedo.
According to the statement, some of the courses in view include Software, IT Infrastructure and Cloud, Data Center and Finacle.
It explained that under software, the participants will be tutored on software architecture, software development techniques and management, programming language that has to do with MS Net or Java or Application Dev for iOS or Andriod or Java Script.
In Finacle, Finacle core ver 10 functional, Finacle core ver 10technical, Finacle treasury ver 11 functional and Finacle e-banking functional will be the areas of focus.
Also, while Data Centre master class, basic network design principles and introduction to Wide Area Network will be taught under Data Center; introduction to cloud infrastructure, IT infrastructure design principles, IT support essentials, including ATM/PoS will be tutored under IT Infrastructure and cloud.
Other general business overview courses participants will be lectured include product lifestyle, sales and relationship management, project management overview, enterprise risk overview, requirement gathering, delivering customer-centric services and Finacle product overview.
The CWG Academy is a brainchild of CWG Plc, a Pan-African Tech company. The Academy serves as one of the many ways CWG contributes her quota to Nation-building, especially in tackling the Nigerian unemployment quagmire.
Since its inception over a decade ago, the Academy has trained and developed over 1,500 Professionals, many of whom acquired skills that earned them employment with Blue-Chip companies in Nigeria today. Some have also gone ahead to establish their own companies as entrepreneurs and are doing very well.