We are currently looking for passionate technology entrepreneurs who are interested in learning how to develop mobile applications. Our Practical Project Based Training (PPBT) aims to help local talent build mobile applications that will bring useful service to local communities. Our module based training focuses on specific technologies in web/mobile, mobile business skills etc. Our approach to training and knowledge transfer treats every trainee as a potential entrepreneur.

 

The Program

The training will be carried out on a rolling basis at the Mobile Web Ghana Lab. Classes will be held from 9am to 3pm each day excluding Sundays.  Students will be divided into teams of four to work on specific projects of their choice.

Upon completion of each module, students will be expected submit a prototype of their project. The best applications will be selected and incubated for six weeks. Within this period, students will work to develop a full working software.

Training Modules

Modules Dates Cost (Ghs)
SMS Module 1 Week 300
Interactive Voice Response 1 Week 360
Mobile Business 3 Days 300
Android / Native Apps 1 Week 360
User Interface / User Interaction 3 Days 300
Mobile Web 3 Days 300

How to apply

If you are interested in any of our modules, kindly pick up a registration form at the Mobile Web Ghana lab. The lab is located opposite the Presec Basic School, Madina or you may download the form here . The cost of the application form is 10Ghs.  If you choose to download the form, you must pay upon submission. Application forms that are not purchased will not be considered.

Application Deadline

All applications must be submitted at the office before 31st May 2013.



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