Tuesday, 12 April 2016

Google to train One million youths in Africa in digital skills

"Digify Africa is a digital academy geared to launch the next generation of digital hustlers." 

Google has announced it would train one million young people in Africa in digital skills.
 According to IT news Africa, Google in partnership with Livity Africa will run two-training programs to give digital skills to young people looking to develop a digital career. The programs have already been launched in Nigeria, Kenya and South Africa and will be scaled to reach more people in the next 12months.

Digify africa is a digital training initiative delivered by Livity Africa, with support from Google Sub-Saharan Africa,
the Rockefeller foundation and British council.

Visit Digifyafrica.com for more information on a free 1-day, 2-day (DigifyBytes) and 10-week courses (DigifyPRO) in digital marketing in South Africa, Nigeria and Kenya.

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