Tezza Academy has said it is taking strategic steps to broaden its industry partnerships and enhance its Information Technology (IT) training model.
The software training academy aims to foster collaborations with key economic players across various sectors such as oil and gas, IT and telecoms, banking and insurance, healthcare and education, manufacturing, and construction.
The academy in a statement, said the partnerships were intended to facilitate discussions on incorporating trained IT skill sets and creating more opportunities for talented Nigerian youths with advanced IT skills.
Founder, Tezza Academy, Roland Omoresemi, said the academy commenced operations in November 2020, building upon the foundations of Tezza Boot Camp. “Initially admitting 20 young Nigerians, the academy provides a comprehensive curriculum that encompasses cutting-edge technologies, industry best practices, and soft skills training.
“Our agenda is to equip these young Nigerians with the necessary tools to excel in the global market and transform them into IT consultants while nurturing their roots in their homeland. It is important that we focus on building essential collaborations to attract and retain these highly skilled professionals, whether it is at Dangote Refinery, Zenith Bank, MTN or other prominent organisations within Nigeria and beyond,” Omoresemi said.