The Youth Opportunity and Transformation in Africa (YOTA), on Thursday, May 27, 2021, launched the Skills Hub to young Ghanaians who are seeking to acquire and develop skills for work.
The goal of the multipurpose hub is to create a unique environment for all stakeholders to acquire core life skills and soft skills and digital jobs.
The Skills Hub is part of the PASEWAY Project being implemented by YOTA in collaboration with Plan International with funding from BMZ (GIZ) to create an enabling and creative environment for young people, millennials and business services to innovate and transform their initiatives.
The Skills Hub is currently open to anyone who can apply for membership or walk in to book the shared private co-working space, event space, and private meeting space, which fits smaller team meetings.
The facility has the capacity to host 65 people with well suit shared and co-working at an affordable rate for members of the skills hub.
According to YOTA, the membership model of Skills Hub gives people who sign up access to complimentary services hub.
There are varieties of intangible services in skills acquisition such as life skills, digital skills, entrepreneurship skills, MSME Advisory, Job search skills and a host of well-crafted training with curated library to serve the community of members of the skills hub.
The Skills Hub is located at East Legon, American House, on La-Bawleshie road.
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