SAP, a global technology company, is supporting 400 amazing young people to learn technology skills and specialise in SAP software and services. Successful applicants will receive fully remote learning, lasting between 6 and 12 months, with the aim of joining SAP as a young professional at the end. Apply with our partner — The African Coding Network— where you can find out more about the course and application process
Multinational software corporation SAP SE (SAP) commits to its partnership with UNICEF in support of Generation Unlimited (GenU) for an additional three years to help prepare young people for the workforce.
The partners will pilot a new programme that supports ‘learning to earning’ pathways in the digital and green economy for marginalised young people providing them with the skills they need to flourish. The new programme will be piloted – leveraging GenU signature programme Youth Agency Marketplace (YOMA).
By the end of the first year, SAP and GenU plan to reach more than 500,000 young people with opportunities for foundational and digital skills. The partnership will also support the SAP Educate to Employ initiative, which aims to educate youth aged 16–24 years on soft skills, foundational knowledge and SAP skills using the student zone on the SAP Learning site, where students can learn about the latest SAP solutions for free to kickstart their career.Table of Content
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The SAP courses offer learners with pre-existing technical and soft skills to specialise in one of the three career tracks and provides learners who are successful a potential opportunity to become part of the SAP ecosystem in the future- from anywhere across Africa!
There are three SAP Specialisations, namely:
The purpose of the SAP Specialisation is to add to your existing skills to make you more hireable, especially within the SAP ecosystem.
For more details, visit SAP website