- We launched a free web design training using wordpress for interested young people in Ibadan. We recorded 25 regsitration and attendance for the free training. And 5 students eventually registered for the paid advanced session.
- By February 23, we held our monthly Skill Chat series on the topic: “Digital Marketing: Developing The Skills and Creating The Brand” with a reputable digital marketing firm founder, Ore Afolayan @TheOreAfolayan. The TweetChat reached over 35,000 engagements and reach on Twitter. Check Twitter
- We launched a free video editing training using Premiere Pro software to help young people create awesome contents for their brands and for others. The one day free class featured the teaching of Adope Premiere Pro basic features with 20 students. And we registered 5 students for the subsequent paid advanced class.
- We organised a free graphics design class for 5 selected students of the University of Ibadan sponsored by donor.
- We had the 2nd meetup of Skill Society, University of Ibadan a pilot student community powered by SkillNG. For Skill Society, SkillNG delivers free skill training to the participants and in turn they act as digital skills advocates in their community. We’re working at launching this student club in other tertiary institutions across the country. The 2nd meetup featured 20 members of the student society learn and discuss some in demand skills and current issues.
- Tutors from SKILLNG were engaged by Mellanby Hall Administration, University of Ibadan to deliver a training on Employment Readiness to all final year students in the Hall. The training was delivered to 100 students of the hall.
- Celestial Church of Christ Student Parish also engaged SkillNG to organise an Employment Readiness Training for her finalists members in University of Ibadan. The training was delivered to 24 student finalist of the parish
- SkillNG facilitators were at the American Corner, Ibadan to deliver a Tony Elumelu Foundation Entrepreneurship Programme application drive to 30 members of YALI network, Oyo State in order to increase their chances for the $5,000 grants from the foundation.