The Microsoft Leap program is announcing a Data Analyst apprenticeship cohort scheduled to take place in Lagos, Nigeria.
Application portal for registration opens from Monday 18th to the 25th of January 2020. With selected candidates scheduled to start the 16 weeks training on the 8th of March 2020.
Microsoft will host a webinar for anyone interested in learning more about the Leap apprenticeship program. On the 18th at 1200 Noon +1UTC, kindly find webinar link here. Kindly note the link will be live prior to the start of the event.
The webinar event will also throw light on if this is going to be only virtual, physical or mixed training. So don’t miss the webinar and come with your questions.
This is a Female-only cohort. The selected ladies will undergo four weeks of skills training, followed by twelve weeks of hands-on project sessions. With Wragby Business Solutions & Technologies, 2020 Microsoft Country Partner Nigeria award winner.
Here are some of things a candidate must possess to know if they are eligible for the program. Don’t forget to click the link to find out more details that aren’t covered here about the program.
Data Analyst Cohort eligibility requirements
- A flair for numbers or basic mathematics skills.
- Basic knowledge of any of Microsoft Excel, Power BI or Tableau, etc.
- Accuracy and attention to detail.
- Written and verbal communication skills.
- Must have completed the National Youth Service Corps obligation or are exempt.
- Completed a tertiary degree in a numerate field.
If you meet the eligibility requirements, kindly click here to apply for the program.
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