Vocational Trainings for young Africans
Establishing Vocational Training Centre, Providing opportunities to talented young Africans, precisely from sub-Sahara region to gain skills in various fields which will increase their chances of finding gainful employment and achieving self reliance, that’s our goal at GABS
young Africans have very limited opportunities to gain useful skills which would enable them to have access to the labour market and provide for themselves.
Despite the fact that there are no formal restrictions on Africans to engage in trade and self-employment, very few are able to do so due to a lack of assistance with skills trainings.
AWC -Africa worldwide competence center to run skills training schemes with focus on home healthcare, carpentry, hairdressing, tailoring, computer training, gastronomy accompained with entrepreneuership – Business management – Marketing etc.
Young african fleeing homeland in search of greener futures, if given the chance through skilled trainings accompanied with micro-finance as start-ups in their home countries are capable to combat and stabilize their economic situation.
Our career project “Bamenda Girls” a P2P financial scheme for young women in Cameroon, precisely in Bamenda. A start-up project that shall accompany young graduates from our vocational trainings in the next 3 to 5yrs.
What can GABS do for you?
AWC – Provide infrastructure with modern facilities
- One large seminar room for with capacity of up to 20
- One smaller room with capacity of up to 6
- Kitchen with utensils for breaks and refreshment – coffee set etc
- Rooms and sanitations with access free barrier for persons with disabilities
Provide staff and management to coordinate, organize and achieve goal
At GABS we focus not just on recruiting individuals that are performance oriented but also on developing them. To us it is important to ensure that our clients are satisfied and are being served with the care and respect they deserve.
Once we see the potential in someone and recruit them we ensure that they get an environment in which they can actually realize their potential. Stress and pressure are the enemies of productivity and creativity, we aim to decrease them as much as possible.
At GABS, we care for our partners’ business as our business. We think and act like business partners, not academic advisors. We share our partners’ aspirations, work to understand their reality, and align our incentives with their objectives
African shall land on jobs through short term “learning on a job quality training with workshops as reviews…just a few of the benefits of GABS.