CWG Academy calls entries for 2019 session

Nigeria’s CWG Plc is presently admitting people into its Academy for the 2019 session, which begins on the 21st of January 2019.

In a statement issued and signed by the Group Head, Brand & Marketing Communications, Mrs. Anthonia Ehanmo, CWG urged Nigerians who desire to be the next set of Tech-leaders to register, get trained and develop themselves in order to make a mark in the Global ICT industry.

“A new academic session begins @CWGAcademy from 21st January 2019. The human mind is inexhaustible and can take as much as we feed it. The key is feeding the mind with the right information to discern the right paths for our futures, so we wish all those interested in advancing their technology exposure to take advantage of this upcoming session to register now,” the statement announced.

It added that as the leading ICT Academy operating out of its Lagos Head office in Lekki, Lagos and from other CWG regional locations across Africa; Ghana, Uganda & Cameroun, interested candidates can reach out to the academy for details on the programmes available and work out possible bespoke options for the otherwise busy Professionals.  “CWG’s ICT experts train and inspire Graduates to develop, deploy, manage & support technology solutions in Information and Communications Technology,” the statement emphasized further.

The CWG Academy, a brain-child of the CWG Founder, Austin Okere; whose passion to give back led to the set up of a hands-on training division has resourcefully trained and develop over 1,500 Professionals since inception almost a decade ago, equipping them to compete favourably among their global peers. The Academy offers practical learning experience from experts, who inspire graduates to develop and deploy ICT solutions.

CWG Academy has produced many Technology leaders, many of whom are working in blue-chip companies, while many are entrepreneurs addressing various challenges prevailing in the economy. This is one way CWG adds its own quota to Nation building in tackling the Nigerian unemployment quagmire; creating the know-how and confidence needed for creating jobs for other Nigerians riding on technology.

In focus, the Academy deals with four core areas of the Information and Communications Technology ecosystem. They are Advance Service management, Data Centre Infrastructure Services, IT Infrastructure & Cloud Platform and Software Training. The Academy students also have the opportunity to participate in the many technology deployment initiatives of the business, like the ATM as a Service concept, as they are well sought after by many, locally & internationally.

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