Absa Bank, Ghana Library recruits first cohort of 1,000 young people for ReadytoWork e-learning

Press releases of Thursday, November 18, 2021

Source: Absa Bank Ghana


The first cohort of the e-learning group photo course

The first cohort of 1,000 young people has been registered for the e-learning course under the ReadytoWork Absa Bank – Ghana Library Authority partnership.

Absa Bank Ghana, in partnership with the Ghana Library Authority, offers young people the opportunity to take courses on the ReadytoWork e-learning platform to develop their professional, relationship, financial and entrepreneurial skills.

Registered participants will go through the four modules of the ReadytoWork program to improve their employability skills.

“We are delighted that our partnership with the Ghana Library Authority is yielding positive results. The applications we received as the first cohort of the program exceeded our target, which shows that young people want to acquire skills that will enable them to make a significant contribution to national development, ”said Priscilla Yeboah, Head of Citizenship at Absa Bank Ghana.

“At Absa, our goal is to bring possibilities to life by helping people get things done; and we’re excited to help develop 21st century youth with skills relevant to move from learning to compensation, ”added Priscilla Yeboah.

Mr. Hayford Siaw, Managing Director of the Ghana Library Authority, said: “We are ready to provide relevant knowledge resources to the first cohort of this partnership program. We hope this initiative will ignite their passion for acquiring employability skills for their future business.

The out-of-the-box online learning toolkit is designed to equip participants with soft skills such as critical thinking, emotional intelligence, excellent communication skills, among others, to help young people through smoothly from academia to the world of work.

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Norma A. Roth