Bullseye Digital Manpower, a tech-focused career management and job placement brand, has emphasized the need to fill the talent gap in the tech ecosystem with competent and experienced specialists and accelerate tech entrepreneurship in Nigeria.
The organization’s founder, Lare Ayoola, revealed this in a statement signed by the organization’s Head of Communications, Damola Olofinlua, noting that it is set to empower and empower millions of Nigerians with in-demand digital technology skills by 2023.
Ayoola, an entrepreneur who is also president of TranterIT, said the training and empowerment would cover software development, software quality assurance, UI/UX design, data science and digital marketing within a six or 12 months.
He said: “Bullseye will empower enrollees with extensive opportunities to gain practical experience during their programme, after which they will be placed in technology jobs with organizations in different industries in Nigeria and beyond.
“The institution is now ready to admit the first stream of students into its software development program.”
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He added that in the coming weeks, other courses in addition to software development courses will be introduced and will follow Bullseye’s robust curriculum, which is guaranteed to set them on the right path to achieve their career goals and life ambitions.
“With courses spanning six or 12 months and classes running on weekdays or only on weekends, enrollees have many options depending on their preferences.
“Its flexible layout makes it an excellent choice for recent college grads, high school grads with an intermediate knowledge of their chosen field, early-career professionals, or even those more advanced in their careers eager to to enjoy technology. .
“Students also have the option of making a one-time payment, in installments, or accessing a friendly facility payable within three years of their post-graduation job placement when they would already be earning,” he said.
Ayoola said that with Bullseye, recruiters would have a ready pool of trained and experienced talent to fill the openings.
He added that well-intentioned organizations such as NGOs, international organizations, professional bodies and governments at all levels could also support the national pursuit towards capacity development, by sponsoring interested registrants of their choice.
Ayoola said other training institutions could take advantage of Bullseye’s talent placement proposal to secure jobs for their students.
He said that in about a decade, Tranter IT had outsourced more than 8,000 tech talent to organizations in Nigeria.