I know education, scratch that, I meant ‘SCHOOLING’ was sold to you as the ultimate, the same way it was sold to Mariam.


Mariam has a B.Sc and graduated in 2016 with a 2nd-class upper. She has NEVER used her CERTIFICATE to work in any organization. It’s been seven years, she’s already 30

That’s the same way Martins, a 17-year-old, is being told by his parents to make sure he passes his EXAMS and study computer science, and that would be his passport to success in the Tech world. 


Just last week, I ran into Bola, who finished UNILAG with a 2.1 Biochemistry degree 2 years ago and is still confused about what to do and which career path she will earn from.

Here is what she said to me.

“I finished school; I am now a graduate. I have SEARCHED AND SEARCHED for the so-called job I would get after SCHOOLING

Guess what, ma’am? I don’t think such jobs exist in my field.

When I got an interview for a different role from what I studied in school, they asked me to state my skills before requesting my certificate. 

The Interviewer, Mr Ade, asked me if I could draft a meeting agenda and design presentation slides for a company’s annual general meeting.

Mam, I was stuttering and tried my best not to look ignorant. 

All these workplace and digital skills were NOT taught in my four years in school.

The interviewer asked me one last question: “Ms Bola if you had to work collaboratively in a diverse team to innovate a product, name two tools or software you would deploy to simplify your job.



They are yet to get back to me after the interview. 




Where do I learn?


Who is teaching graduates all these Workplace Skills and Tools?


  • Are you a graduate who has realized that schooling and education are not the same and that you can’t get a choice of job because you lack the experience and skills to work in the 21st-century workforce? No one is giving you the chance to work/intern/ volunteer for them to gain the skills and clarity you lack.
  • Are you a youth (15 upward) who is literate and wants to get a chance to work in a tech-savvy work environment so you can gain skills you can use to earn in the next six months?
  • Are you a woman who wants to integrate back into the workforce after a break, but your previous job did not prepare you for the current demand of the 21st-century workforce?
  • Are you a woman who wants to change her career path to the tech space to have skills you can use to serve as a virtual assistant to digital creators or start a virtual assistant brand/career but has not found the right place to learn all aspects of this profession?
  • Are you an undergraduate with several months on your hands due to holiday, strike, or waiting on IT and the only skills you see people gain are vocational skills (hairdressing, fashion, etc), but you know this is not what you want? Do you want to achieve a TRANSFERABLE SKILLSET that can serve you in any Tech-enabled organization, whether in your country or globally?
  • Are you a person seeking clarity and mentorship from a global citizen who has worked at the Museum for the United Nations and understands what it takes to work globally remotely and the skillset required for such roles?

If You Answered Yes To Any Of The Questions Above

Tell Yourself Congratulations Because Today Is The Day I Get To HELP YOU!

Today, I will introduce you to my

5%: 30%: 30%: 35%

Employability Formula For 2024

And The Programs That Can Help You Get 95% Of What An Employer Needs You To Have


I-Train Africa Skilled For Work Academy

What Exactly Is This School About?


Skilled For Work is a finishing school for literate youths and women starting their careers or transitioning and hoping to gain 21st-century, in-demand workplace skills to become globally employable.

Why Choose Our Employability Academy?

  • DO AS I DO PROGRAMS: All trainings are hands-on—enough of theory. You already did that in school and still lack employability skills. Should we have a social media project requiring images, we give it to you. We teach you the design software needed to execute the task. No pilling up of learning till exam time.
  • GLOBAL OPPORTUNITIES: Given my experience working globally and remotely twice, one of which was as a global program coordinator at the Museum for the United Nations, and my several years of teaching 300+ professionals from 10+ countries how to secure opportunities such as jobs, no one is better to teach you about getting employed globally than me, Dr. Aderinsola Adio-Adepoju. In some tracks of this program, we teach you how to search for global jobs.
  • FACILITATORS ARE PROFESSIONALS: Skilled For Work is not a theory-focused school. You learn directly from professionals or founders who have done it/are doing it, and you also carry out projects while on the program.
  • WORK PLACEMENT: At the end of the program, you have a job placement internship with our partner hubs to try out what you have learned. This applies to the PRO and Immersion models.
  • OUR CURRICULUM: We continuously review our curriculum to stay ahead of trends and what is obtainable in the market. One of the known problems of the conventional tertiary institution is an outdated curriculum, and we are NOT going that route.
  • CERTIFICATION: At the end of the program, you will be issued a certificate stating you are experienced and have worked in a real-life work environment. This helps a potential employer believe in you and increases your chances over others in the job market.
  • LETTER OF RECOMMENDATION TO EMPLOYERS: If you take the GCP PRO model, which includes an internship, our partners with whom you interned will give you a recommendation letter. You can present this to employers.
  • ALUMNI JOB OPPORTUNITIES COMMUNITY: At the end of the program, we add you as a BONUS to our alumni community, where various global opportunities are shared and networking occurs. 
The image above is Ganiat, an MSC from the University of Lagos entrepreneur who joined SFW to gain workplace skills to transition her career path and digitalize her business. Picture taken on the first day of resumption. Fun Fact. Ganiat is now the Program Coordinator at ITA Foundation based on the skills she learned and practicalized during her six months immersion model program with us.   

Meet Sandra Sampor, who signed up in 2023 for our skills program despite having a BSc., work experience in marketing and a recent MBA


I quit my sales executive job when I had my baby because I could not cope with the distance to work. When I was ready to return to work two years later, integrating back into the workplace was challenging. Everything had changed so fast. A lot of the sales and marketing strategies have moved from the traditional to the tech strategies. More than half the time, I WAS CONFUSED. IT FELT LIKE I WAS “WINGING” it. I was beginning to lose confidence in myself. I wasn’t sure if what I was doing was right most of the time.

Then I said to myself, ‘I think I need another certificate,’ so I went ahead and got another one: an MBA. Did I gain knowledge from this 2nd degree? Yes! Of Course, I did! However, I still lacked the confidence to function well at work.

It dawned on me that I do not have the skills required in the 21st-century workplace. The people teaching these skills are not the lecturers in the four walls of a University but people in tech-powered organizations (EdTech, Fintech, AgricTech, HealthTech, etc.).

Hmmm!! I told myself, “Sandra” you need these skills as much as you need the certificate or maybe even before that 2nd degree.

😭Hey! The deed had been done; I was to round up my 2nd degree. Skills are taking over the workspace; it is no longer about your certificate but what you can do. Employers are looking for people with highly efficient and productive skills.

Oh! How it took me a while to know this truth.

I knew immediately I had to find a tech-powered organization to Learn, intern, or work. I knew I needed a combination of the three, i.e., to be in a space where these skills were being used for work, not just taught as a course.

After being there for a couple of months and implementing my learnings, I needed a place where I would see how those learnings directly impacted the organization’s revenues and growth.

God was faithful because he led me to the I-Train Africa skills program” – Sandra Sampor.

how does this work?




Are you asking

What is the difference between the schools ?

Which should I enrol in to get a job?


You should enrol right now on the WORKPLACE FOUNDATIONAL SKILLS PROGRAM, which is the ONE UNIVERSAL PROGRAM in the soft skills school if you want to BE EMPLOYABLE IN ANY FIELD 

Is this for me?

Yes, it is if you want to have the digital, soft, and life skills no one talks about, but you also need to be efficient in the 21st-century work environment.

You will need this as an

  • Entrepreneur
  • Working professional who has not upskilled
  • Artisan
  • Fresh graduate pursuing a career in the industry
  • Fresh graduate pursuing a career in academics

You will need it, especially when you do not know the essential skills, software and tools!

This is why we call it the 



why do you need this? why do you need the soft skills we cover on WFS?

I know you have gone to school.

Here is the thing.

YOUR ACADEMIC QUALIFICATION IS ONLY 5% of what employers are looking for in the emerging job market. 

The formula of what you need to get jobs is


Here is what it means.

  • 5% educational degree,
  • 30% soft skills (what we covered in the workplace foundational skills program at the Skilled For Work Academy)
  • 30 % hard/technical skills (e.g., product management, digital marketing, project, etc which we offer in our technical school)
  • 35% experience (work or volunteering).

Score yourself in the above; what is your score?

If you can’t score 70% of the above, then YOU NEED THIS!

I know you can get technical skills like coding, digital marketing, data analysis, product management, cybersecurity, etc. elsewhere. 

But that is also 30% of what you need. 


What is worse?

That YouTube video you have watched also doesn’t have it. 

That other course you are about to buy or MSC you are about to get Doesn’t Have it. 


You will not find this curriculum elsewhere. 

Should you find it, it would be 10 times the money we are charging you now

one more thing. check this havard statistics below

what is my investment fee?

Dr., what is the CURRICULUM of WFS Program?

When is the NEXT BATCH enrolling?

Are the LESSONS LIVE or recorded?

I need MORE INFORMATION about the WFS!

does the Soft skills program really matter? will it work?

I will let YOU be the judge. 

Read the conversations from Africans from 9 plus countries and 4 other continents

what about the technical school?

There are 5 programs we offer in our TECHNICAL SCHOOL.

They are NO-CODE Tech Careers. 

You can choose from any of the 5 or even take 2 simultaneously!

All 5 career paths are highly demanded, and if you learn them, YOU will EARN THOUSANDS of dollars in USD!

Let’s take a look at our programs!


It means one hard/technical skill


WFS (Soft Skill) Program


It means one hard/technical skill


WFS (Soft Skill) Program


8 Weeks of Virtual or Hybrid Internship with us or partner hubs


You have a choice. 

The starter’s favourite (FLEX) or the recommended (PRO)!

Global Career Path model - FLEX

Global career path model - PRO

what if i want just the technical skill without the soft skills program (WFS)?

Remember, hard/technical skills without workplace skills are why many employers will not choose you even if you have the title “Project Manager”, or “Digital Marketer” Content Creator”, etc. 

No one wants to hire a person with hard skills and NO WORKPLACE FOUNDATIONAL SKILLS. 

Trust me on this one.


Yes. Remotely at the Museum for the United Nations and the Natural History Museum of London. 

I would know WHAT IS REQUIRED. 


I have been an EMPLOYER OF LABOUR for 13 years!

what is in the TECHNICAL Skills programs curriculum?


Do you have an ONSITE model?

I need the complete knowledge to build an EdTech organization like I-Train Africa.

I need a program where I can be physically present to learn several tasks so that I can play multiple roles.

Is there a program that teaches multiple career paths all in one?

Yes, there is!

We have 2 programs that are either FULLY ONSITE (for an entire 6 months) or PARTIALLY ONSITE (for 1 month during job shadowing)

Our Immersion Digital Enterprise Onsite Program is entirely ONSITE and offers 4-5 different In-Demand Work Tracks and MORE as one program and it spans 6 months.

It is ideal for a woman or man with a career break and can spare 6 months in immersive learning to get beyond skills and also get strategies in running an Edtech.


Let’s take a look!

The Immersion Digital Enterprise Onsite Program (IDEP) teaches you all you need to build a tech-powered enterprise or become skilled in 4-5  job roles/career paths.

Our Transition Workers Hybrid Program (TWHP) is 4-5 months of online learning with 3-4 weeks of on-site job shadowing. It offers 5 different In-Demand Work Tracks and MORE as one program.

It is ideal for a professional working who wants to be able to learn online and come experience and practiclaize his or her learning in our workspace.

Let’s take a look!

What is your Location?

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Read what Africans from 10+ countries and 4 other continents are saying about us!

Have We Even Met?

Hello, I’m Dr Aderinsola Adio-Adepoju; I have helped professionals and youths secure over $700,000, won/attracted (personal) 35+ global opportunities worth over $35,000 that took me to 5 continents, and shaped lives for living.

African youths are my passion, and my mission is to help 10 million of them become skilled, become relevant to the 21st-century workforce, and arrive at the global stage by 2030.

In 2021 and 2023, I organized the most extensive online youth conference for African youths and women. The 2021 & 2023 editions reached over 2.6 million people. The 2021 event saw participation from 40+ African countries, with 14,000+ registered attendees and 35 speakers from 25+ nations. In 2023, the GMC had 41 speakers and 24,000 registered participants from 54 countries.

I am an academic with a BSc, MSc, and PhD in Chemistry and a university teacher. I have been an entrepreneur for the last 14 years. I have a mini MBA from the International Finance Corporation (IFC) 

In 2022-2023

As the Design Lead, I worked remotely internationally with the Natural History Museum of London (NHM).

I also served as the Global Project Coordinator at the Museum For the 🇺🇳 United Nations (U.N. Live).

I have been featured in local and international press and media, such as the Voice of Canada, US InStyle Magazine, Women Radio, Tekedia, TVC, Punch Newspaper, and many others. I have several awards and am happily married and blessed with children.

Why Did I Start This - AKA The Brand Story?

The worst headache in my business is getting employable youth. I kid you not; only people employed in labour will understand my pain point.

My first challenge when  I started I-Train Africa was putting out a job advert. The conventional  JOB TITLE does not reflect what the job needs.

Why is this?

The EDTECH (Online educational teaching space) is new, and COVID-19 accelerated in 2020. This means there are no readily available people for employment. The knowledge is not what you get in conventional schools; the business needs people to run it. 

So, how do I get the right people to employ?

I was initially recruited from Admin Assistant to Personal Assistant to Executive Assistant. Though several people have applied for these jobs, none suit what I want.

The only option left is for me to train them to be able to work for me and other digital knowledge businesses. However, at I-Train Africa, I needed them immediately.

Guess what?

It was so hard, so I had to look within to get someone to shadow me.

Good enough. One of them was my cousin, who practically lived with me, so it was easy for him to understudy me quickly.

Behold,  this model started to work. He could learn everything and be helpful to me in less than six months.

He started as a so-called volunteer, but now I understand he was my apprentice because he was shadowing me, and we drove I-Train Africa together.


Well, I still kept trying to recruit to scale up, but to be honest with you, it all failed. Most of the people who came lacked the skills I needed in my organization. 

So, I discovered that I did most of the work even if I employed people. While I trained them, they got paid for the work.

The problem was not paying them. The problem was that I still lacked the staff to do the work and ensure we both gained from this relationship.

But Alas, I mostly lost. Because they get trained and then go. So, I’m back to square one—no staff to scale my business.


After three months or five months, they are out. Then I realized that people were coming for the training on how to run an Edtech, not necessarily the work.

So, here is what I needed to do. I went back to look at my GOLD MINE, the CURRICULUM I was using to train them to learn so fast and make them employable in an Edtech space, start their own thing, or become digital professionals.

This was how I started to refine and perfect my curriculum. I used it for different kinds of people ranging from graduates to women who need the skills to be employable (Physically or virtually) to jambite waiting for admission.


Finally, I knew I had perfected my curriculum based on the people who had studied it since January 2021.

The graduates and corp members I had to go through this program have been converted to entire staff within 3-6 months. 

Of course, I have several people in my network, like coaches, who run an organization and need readymade staff like mine.

Many who are ready to pay reached out to me for staff. They asked if I have readymade interns that they can employ and are prepared to pay.

 But I tell them I don’t have excess staff yet and that they can start training people like I do.

Trust me, everyone knows it’s challenging to train people to achieve that sense, clarity, skill and general work ethic. They always respond, “I’m ready to pay them this amount”. Trust me; it is above 6-figure that they are willing to pay the skilled intern, plus they are ready to pay me for employment from my hub.

I told them when I finally have trained people that I don’t need in my organization. I will let them know. 

Okay, just so you know, many people in my network are waiting for those types of skilled staff.  

Now, I’m taking on the heavy weight of two sets of people: the employers who need skilled employees and the people who need this knowledge to be employable or to start their own businesses.

If you fall into any of these categories, tell yourself  CONGRATULATIONS, Because


What Will I Be Able To Do If I Take The Workplace Foundational Model Program (WFS) For starters?

You’re wondering how it will help you get that job.

You are wondering how this program can turn you into an attractive professional or freelancer whom employers want on their team

Here is it:

These are the things you will be able to do/have at the end of the WFS program because Joy, Sandra, Ganiat, Kunle, Dami, Muinat, Mujib, Aisha, Tobi, etc,


After going through the Skilled For Work Academy

  • Know and understand the essential digital tools and platforms needed to carry out simple work tasks
  • Have clarity around the career path of choice
  • Write clear and concise emails and other email etiquette
  • Schedule meetings on various meeting platforms 
  • Write basic proposals for projects 
  • Create presentations at work for various purposes (weekly team meetings, project meetings, etc.).
  • Create accounts on collaborative work platforms such as Mirro and navigate them.
  • Communicate effectively with people (team or customers or partners)
  • Create a standard CV and cover letter.
  • Create to-do lists
  • Create Gant charts for projects
  • Create planners
  • Create SOPs (standard operating procedures) for repetitive tasks
  • Do basic data collation and entry into sheets 
  • Use cloud-based tools for storage and designs
  • Create simple forms 
  • Conduct research for activities such as product design, etc
  • Plan events (meetings, etc.) virtually using various tools and software (zoom, teams, etc.) 
  • Host and moderate events

And lots more

What Is The Process Of Learning In Sfw?

How you learn or deliver your learning plays a significant role in how quickly you absorb the knowledge, how quickly you can implement it, and how quickly you get that desired job.

Here is our six-step approach.


The online school’s lessons are taken in modules. Each lesson is 5-20 minutes long. Each course has 5-10 modules, with an average of 5 classes per module. Yes, we like to keep it simple.



Projects/assignments are taken after each module. Depending on what you learned in the lesson, we give you a short practical project to practice with.


Quizzes will be taken at intervals during the modules to ensure you understand what you are learning. No, we don’t want that exam kind of mindset here; after all, we are more concerned about your ability to use the skills on the job, not a paper saying you can do it.


You will be in a support community with other learners and an advisor who will provide support and answer your questions.


Live group interactive learning sessions. We will hold bimonthly group sessions where you can go into breakout rooms to work collaboratively with other group members. This will foster an agile work culture where you need to work remotely. You will have 1-8 (depending on your model) Zoom classes before the end of the coursework, where you work with teams or in groups on projects.


Depending on the model you sign up for (PRO and IMMERSION), you will be assigned to a partner organization to intern.

can i get the academy brochure?

Here are what people have to say about us on google and social media.

meet our SFW PRODUCTS who now work for us or other organizations

Muinat Rasaq - Former Apprentice now Lead Communications/ Relationship Manager at I-Train Africa

“Let me start with what I thought was my A-Game.

My BSc Degree

I  studied General Microbiology at the University of Lagos and served my fatherland in Kastina State Bakori Local Government in 2020/2021.

Like most people without clarity on their career path, I wanted to work in the medical sector. I felt my certificate as a microbiologist and less than three months of laboratory experience during SIWES should earn me a job in a lab or hospital. This thought could be from the orientation we were given in school to console us because we could not meet the cutoff mark to study Medicine.

Let me elaborate on this further for non-science students.

I initially opted for Medicine but was pushed to the science faculty to study microbiology as I did not meet the cutoff mark for Medicine.

Alas, it dawned on me when I saw the requirements for related jobs. These adverts said I can’t work in the medical field without a license. Meaning I need to be a medical student. 

Okay, I gave up on the medical line and applied for other jobs I could do. Then, I realized I lacked the necessary skills to work in an established organization. At least, a 21st-century one.

Skills like effective communication, self-confidence, and digital knowledge. 

Right from the interview, I couldn’t summon the courage to market myself. Now, I understand there is still more to learn. 

I approached my mentor (Dr. Salisu) and told her about my challenges. She told me she has a friend who can help me clarify my career and teach me skills needed in the 21st-century workforce.  

This is how I started to learn with THE KING OF CLARITYTHE KNOWLEDGE DISTILLER of our time.


I can proudly testify to her ability to help people gain clarity,  find purpose and acquire relevant skills that will set them up for excellence in life.

I will always bless that moment my mentor referred me to her.

Guess what?

This is me right now as the communication lead.

Some months ago, I could not even face these. Like being the Communication lead 

serving as the spokesman of the organization

creating and managing content 

managing social media,

writing newsletters 

I went around with Dr Aderinsola to events and faced people I could not face before.

All these soft skills and more were acquired in I-Train Africa, and now I have the skills that can earn me $ 

The program baffled me because Dr. Aderisola used the first month to work on her mindset. She has discovered that it is not just about the hard skills. There are so many skilled marketers, copywriters, sales page designers, and the like that have crappy communication skills and no emotional intelligence. Some of them come into our inbox to market their skills to us, and their manner of approach is not just that.

Someone reached out to us this week to market his skill. Guess what?

We turned down the offer due to his manner of approach. He lacks practical communication skills.

Here is what he did

He commented on our post requesting us to check our DM, and we replied that there was nothing in our DM. Then he started marketing that he is a copywriter, and he can help us get thrice of our sales, blah blah blah!

No, that’s not the right way to market yourself to someone who doesn’t know you.

This guy has complex skills, but he doesn’t have the “SENSE” to communicate them, so he couldn’t even get his foot in the door.

This is part of the focus of our apprenticeship program. Dr. Aderinsola understands these soft/life skills because she has worked with different people globally. 

She tells us our competition is not the next person in our country; she teaches us to be on par with our global counterparts. 

She teaches you the proper way to communicate/ address people. She helps you build the skills that people ignore, which are the skills that distinguish those who excel on the global stage from those who have the hard skills. She is so focused on building a total human being. 

Trust me, these skills are better experienced than learned virtually 


I’ve used the word SENSE twice now due to a lack of words to describe best what you get intangibles.

Her method of teaching is more like combining hard skill training with mentorship. 

She chose this immersion method because she discovered that some skills exist in a work environment that cannot be learned virtually.

IT IS A FULLY paid program (YOU PAY)
But I, Muinat, can tell you that the value you get compared to the four years spent acquiring a degree is COMPARED. 

I would know that because I experienced BOTH.

I would do this repeatedly if time were reversed” — Muinat. 

“I always knew I wanted to be in the tech space. I filled in computer science in the first jamb I wrote. But then, it’s not like I had guidance on the entire “tech” thing. The way I thought I could get into this space was to study a 4-year course in school (computer science), and then I would get a job in the tech space.

Ah, I was wrong. In fact, Very bad. Until I spoke with Dr. Derin, she said, “Ehn, you think that a computer science degree is how people become tech gurus and professionals today? She laughed. Then, she explained what “TECH” meant to the 21st-century workforce. She explained how the emerging professions in the online/tech space were moving faster than the curriculum in the courses the university currently offered.

She explained how the work skills needed are not learnt in the classroom.

She further explained that what I could gain from school was network, exposure, and certificates, but not skills I could use to work.

That’s how my eyes opened. I spent some weeks understudying the work operations at I-Train Africa, and we agreed that after my jamb, I’d become a full apprentice under her curriculum.

That’s how my life started to change.

In 5 months, I now have the skills that I can use to help digital-enabled organizations (Fintechs, EdTechs, HealthTech, AgriTech), digital product and course creators, coaches, founders, or tech-enabled personal brands successfully launch digital products by setting up and managing landing pages, funnels, and Automation on websites/learning management systems (LMS) to ensure they reach their ideal audience in a seamless, simple and automated process.

My work at I-Train Africa ensures we have a sound system for generating leads, nurturing leads who become paying customers, supporting customers, and converting customers to raving fans.

I am sure that when the ASUU strike is finally called off (for non-Nigerians, the Association of Universities in Nigeria has been on strike for eight months, so we cannot resume our sessions), I will not go hungry or broke in school. 

I have already moved from apprentice to intern, earning some allowance in this organization. Imagine me working virtually for other course creators even when I gain admission. I have multiple ideas for using this knowledge, one of which is to monetize it by teaching my mates and collecting money. I do not have to think of how to do that. I see it done daily at I-Train Africa. I have started building my brand, and the skills I have gained are helping me build very fast.

My last words are “FOLLOW WHO KNOW ROAD O!” — Tayo. 

Temitayo Joel


You Should Join This Program Now!!!

More Stories From Those We Have Trained

“I remember meeting Temtayo in a Jamb lesson, and just as we were about to finish the lesson, I asked him what he would do for the next couple of months, given ASUU was on strike. He said he would learn tech skills, etc., at I-Train Africa. I was like. Were? He told his cousin he owned it. I had to pitch my tent to him quickly. I was not going to miss this chance. After sending Dr Aderinsola a message, she asked me to come for an interview. She was very thorough and had the attitude she expected from me. In 5 months, I can now set up and manage landing pages, funnels, and automation on websites/learning management systems ( MS). I have learned essential skills such as research, communication and other soft skills. What I will say still amazes me is that she combines teaching with mentor hip. She identifies every apprentice’s strength and helps you build it to find a niche. 

After three months, she called me and said Joy, you are now an intern, and you start to earn some allowance for the value you currently bring to the team. I was so happy. She recognised my strength and the value it was now getting to the team, not just for the allowance. 

The truth is, I no longer identify with my mates who are continuously complaining about ASUU still being on. I have forgotten about it because my time is utilised to gain skills that will prepare me for it. I am glad I took this decision in May 2022. One of my best decisions yet as a teenager”. — Joy-

Abel Joy

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Here Are More Of The Behind-The-Scenes Training And Outings We Have For Our Apprentices.


i want to pay but i have a few questions?

What Are The Other REQUIREMENTS For This Program?

You need to have a smartphone, data, and laptop

Can I Pay Installmentally for the programs?

Yes, you can pay installmentally, and here is how it works.


how does the instalmental payment work?

Our installment payment plan at SFW

Option 1 – Two time installment

Pay half in half.

You pay N80,625 twice


Option 2 – 3 time installment called pay-as-you-go

Pay for Soft skill program (WFS) alone which is 37,625

Pay another 37,625 that covers one hard skill

Then pay up the N91,325 before July 20.

Note, the first to last payment installment cannot exceed 3 months

What if I want intersnhip alone with your partners?

At SFW, EVERY registered student who wants to take the GCP PRO, IDEP, or TWHP, i.e., the programs with the internship, must first complete the workplace foundational skills program (WFS).

We promised our partners that you could work remotely with little supervision; only the knowledge of the WFS can guarantee you know how to use workplace tools for remote work, not the technical skills you learnt from us or elsewhere.  

Can I pay via bank transfer?

Bank Name – Guaranty Trust Bank

Account name – I-Train Africa

Bank Account Number

Dollar – 0662088825 (For payments out of Nigeria)

Account Number Naira – 0640684188 (Nigerian payments)

what if i lack clarity on the career path or the programs to take?

I believe in first helping people get clarity


No matter how fast you race in the wrong direction, you can never arrive at the right destination” – Aderinsola Adio-Adepoju.

The program covers CLARITY, which is why Ifeoluwa mentioned it in the testimonial she sent to the Telegram community after taking the WFS. 

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