+6281 2345 1234

News

It’s the first day of our holidays training in Giddis Computer Training Center Yaounde

It’s the D-DayπŸ₯³πŸ₯³πŸ₯³πŸ₯³. It’s the first day of our holidays training session and we are excited to have these amazing students. Today was fun filled and exciting, don’t be left out,You can still join us. Modules available are; πŸ‘ Microsoft Excel πŸ‘ Microsoft Word πŸ‘ Microsoft PowerPoint πŸ‘ Microsoft Publisher. For more info; Contact Call: …

It’s the first day of our holidays training in Giddis Computer Training Center Yaounde Read More »

Secretarial Duties and Office Administration

GYTEC-Africa in partnership with Strive2Thrive Edu organizes a 4 MONTHS FREE ONLINE TRAINING PROGRAM

4 MONTHS FREE ONLINE TRAINING PROGRAM Did you know you can take 4 Months and get certified as a Public Speaker, Computer Programmer, etc..? all you need is your time, and boom you are ready… Are you a young and vibrant person (in any part of Africa) seeking to acquire skills to grow your career? …

GYTEC-Africa in partnership with Strive2Thrive Edu organizes a 4 MONTHS FREE ONLINE TRAINING PROGRAM Read More »

GYTEC-Africa, Strive2Strive Graduates First Batch Of Trainees

  The first batch of trainers grouped under the convention signed between Cameroon base NGO, Giddis Youth Technology Empowerment Center (GYTEC-Africa), and an American base Strive2Strive has graduated. Participants obtained their attestations on February 21 in Yaounde during a special graduation ceremony organized by GYTEC-Africa. Even though some international participants were not present, those who …

GYTEC-Africa, Strive2Strive Graduates First Batch Of Trainees Read More »

GYTEC STAFF WORKSHOP β€œInterpreting Pictures for Peace and Security”

Looking at an image, have you ever wondered what it really represents or stands for? What do you think the image says, and how do you interpret it? The professional growth of our staff at GYTEC Africa is of great value to us. Being the mother organization, thought it wise to train its staff on …

GYTEC STAFF WORKSHOP β€œInterpreting Pictures for Peace and Security” Read More »

Scroll to Top