NATIONAL GRADUATE SCHEME

THE NATIONAL GRADUATE SCHEME



We leverage experts in different fields to run awareness & capability sessions to support growth & ideation. One-day entrepreneurship boot-camp. Marketing, analytics, finance, legal, branding, personal and professional development, leadership, and more. Workshops are led by industry experts and are thoughtfully curated to help educate, inform, and inspire you to improve all facets of your business.

If we don’t have a job for you, we’ll help you find other opportunities and prepare you to find a job yourself
We might just tempt you with the idea of becoming an entrepreneur; now you create the jobs yourself.

Key skills to be developed.

The program will seek to develop Business Development and Client Engagement skills delivered through on-going
training, mentoring and experience to build key skills in a range of the following areas:

BUSINESS ANALYSIS

Understanding and experience of business models and the phases of company development.

BUSINESS MODELS

Understanding and experience of business models and the phases of company development.

CLIENT ENGAGEMENT

Ability to establish positive and proactive client relationships.

MARKET RESEARCH

Performing market research and develop the ability to analyse trends in sectors

PROJECT MANAGEMENT

Develop Project Management skills while delivering client projects.

INTERPERSONAL SKILLS

Enhance communication network and relationship-building skills.

ORGANISATIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Identify, facilitate and build strategic training to enhance the organisation.

POLICY DEVELOPMENT

To analyse and understand the impact of economic issues on indigenous industry.

Beneficiaries range from unemployed graduates who are keen to fast-track into a digital career; individuals who are unemployed who have some but limited exposure to IT and matriculants with limited options when it comes to tertiary education. Our programs are in direct response to industry demand, ensuring that the training curriculum \ covers all the aspects required in a real-world work environment.

An opportunity to acquire the basic hands-on and experimental skills vital to our local workforce demands; including coding, public presentation/communication skills, and soft skills will see us usher in a set of new jobs including