Investing in human capital development in preparation for the future of work.
Wootlab in collaboration with National Information Development Agency (NITDA) and Microsoft through the Digital States Initiative, provides well-structured virtual learning in Basic/ Intermediate digital skills and job outsourcing sensitization for underserved communities in Nigeria. The Digital States Initiative has been implemented in 15 states and currently has over 9000 beneficiaries who were trained by master trainers. With the increasingly technological nature of jobs, many workers and job seekers lack foundational digital skills. This is why our approach to re-skilling the workforce with our foundational curated digital skills training, can connect workers and job seekers to the opportunities in the technology ecosystem and imbibe the ability to use digital tools to promote entrepreneurship. Recognising the scale of the challenge to prepare for the future of work is why the Digital States was created.
The Microsoft Community Training (MCT) platform gives access to free learning materials curated by Microsoft and Wootlab. The Digital States Initiative has spread its impact to over 300,000 beneficiaries in 15 states across the 6-geopolitical zones in Nigeria.
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Through our Digital States training, we have been able to spread our impact to beneficiaries in Bauchi, Borno, and Gombe States. We have a total of 206,524 users on the platform. You can visit the MCT portal link to access courses on digital skills.
The MCT portal is an easy to use platform, with different courses on digital skills. The courses are beginner friendly, and the South East platform is open to beneficiaries in Abia and Imo State. The portal currently has 3214 North East users. Join them using the unique portal link to access all available courses.
The digital states portal for North West, has over 95,742 active users on the portal. You can also register on the portal from Kaduna, Kano, and Katsina States, to access free courses on digital skills. Applications for digital states training are now open to interested participants.
Are you in Oyo, Ekiti or Lagos State? Join the 14,808 active users on the South West platform, and access our courses. We have different courses on digital skills that are beginner friendly, and certificates of completion that are globally recognized.
The Digital States training for north central region covers Nasarawa State, Niger State, and the Federal Capital Territory, with over 3037 active users on the platform. The digital skills portal for the North central region is open with all available courses.