New digital bootcamp in development by OpenLabs trainers

OpenLabs Ghana has been trial-ing a hybrid online/offline digital bootcamp course, which is aimed at exposing newcomers to various aspects of technology in the hope they may find a suitable career path or become a digital entrepreneur.

The bootcamp concept has come as a mandate from the Eureka Africa Group Chairman Mr Dev Varyani, who setup OpenLabs  in Ghana in 1999. It has been called “The Job Factory”.

“The Job Factory will be a tech exploration course designed by OpenLabs trainers with the aim of exposing both young and mature technology enthusiasts to new and emerging technologies,” says the group CTO Vinay Gokaldas.

Technology today has proliferated everywhere, and with it various branches of tech have emerged such as web, IoT, blockchain, mobile and graphics. For Ghanaians interested in pursuing technology careers, deciding a path can sometimes be daunting; “Should I be a network engineer or web developer?” The JobFactory was designed to give aspiring technologists an introduction to many different avenues of technology, allowing them to explore where their interests, talents and passions are, giving them direction on which avenue to pursue as a career.

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