FGN/ALAT Digital and SkillNnovation Hub Program 2023 Application Form is out – register here. See more information on how to apply for this program and requirements involves.
FGN/ALAT Digital and SkillNnovation Hub Program 2023 which is scheduled to commence soon and will empower young entrepreneurs by providing them with tailored financial products, training and support to enable them build sustainable businesses that will support the growth of Nigeria’s economy.
Full Details About FGN/ALAT Digital and SkillNnovation Hub Program
FGN/ALAT Digital and SkillNnovation Hub, positioned to serve as a centralized platform to provide cutting-edge digital skills, mentorship and networking opportunities targeting at tech-savvy youths and young entrepreneurs in Nigeria.
The focus is on promoting entrepreneurship, skills development and the integration of young employees in the workforce, particularly getting one million youths employed in the digital economy and upskilling SMEs who can directly add value to the country’s economy.
Available Opportunities for FGN/ALAT Digital and SkillNnovation Hub Program
According to the Federal Government, one million young adults would be trained in the following Program:
- software engineering
- product management
- business analysis
- Cloud computing, and
- Product design, using a specialized curriculum designed for the FGN/ALAT Digital and SkillNnovation Hub.
Other Opportunities includes:
- 500,000 SMEs across Nigeria will be mentored by experts while coaches will train and upskill them for business growth and quantum leap.
- Grants will be provided under a collaborative arrangement between the Federal Government and Wema Bank, setting aside N500 million to be given to SMEs and Techprenuers.
How to register for 2023 FGN/ALAT Digital and SkillNnovation Hub Program
Soon the application link here as soon as the Federal Government open up the portal for interested applicants. So stay tuned.
FGN/ALAT Digital and SkillNnovation Hub, will be run in partnership with Wema Bank, would open first in Lagos and Borno states, with Katsina, Cross River, Anambra, Oyo, and Kano states to follow afterward.