The World Trade Centre Accra (WTC Accra) has partnered with Altkom Akademia to offer live professional education and capacity-building programmes in West Africa over a digital platform.
WTC Accra is an essential facilitator of trade and investment in Ghana and operates as a member of the World Trade Center Associations global network. WTC Accra also conducts corporate training and capacity-building programmes for individual professionals, companies and public institutions across Africa.
The partnership with Altkom Akademia will enhance WTC Accra’s capacity to offer a wider variety of training programmes certified by leading global certifying institutions in the areas of leadership, information technology, project management, and finance.
Altkom Akademia employs a unique platform and methodology that delivers training certified by institutions such as Google, Microsoft, People Cert (Axelos), Java, Python, and many others, within two to seven days. A global faculty of distinguished experts facilitate the training programmes, and participants gain lifetime access to materials used during the training.
African economies are growing above global averages, presenting significant opportunities for local and international companies. For instance, the new Africa Continental Free Trade Area Agreement (AfCFTA) is becoming a big draw for multinationals to invest more in Africa.
Education and professional development are essential for African countries to take full advantage of emerging opportunities and put their youthful population to proper use. WTC Accra’s partnership with Altkom Akademia will be a strategic alliance to equip Africans for the continent’s impending economic boom.
Commenting on the partnership, the Executive Chairman of World Trade Centre Accra, Togbe Afede XIV, indicated that the mission of WTC Accra to promote prosperity across the continent led the company to the partnership with Altkom Akademia.
He further suggested that the collaboration with Altkom Akademia will position WTC Accra as a leading provider of education and professional development services in Africa. It will also enable governments and corporations to enhance the capacity of their workers and prepare them adequately to face the changing challenges of the global market.