South African is currently experiencing a high rate of unemployment which is now being exacerbated by the Covid-19 pandemic. Graduates without 21st century skills are unable to find employment in the digital economy.
Digititan is therefore responding to this situation by offering a number of skills development opportunities in the Information Technology space. These training classes are delivered using a blended approach consisting of online and face-to-face learning.
The first group of graduates have been recruited for the Gauteng classes in Hatfield and similar initiatives will be rolled out across the country. The Hatfield group will be trained on A+ and Information Technology Essentials (ITE).
The A+ project is being implemented in partnership with CompTIA whilst the ITE initiative is being rolled out in partnership with Cisco. The other training opportunities for unemployed graduates include cyber-security and Python Programming.