Rlg Communications, an indigenous mobile manufacturing company has graduated its third group of 7000 youth trained in mobile phone assembling and repairs from its institute of technology.

The institute forms part of Rlg’s vision to empower the youth of Ghana and Africa with the needed applied ICT skills to take a leadership role in spearheading the country’s economic emancipation efforts.
The 7000 graduates countrywide were trained by Rlg under the National Youth and Employment Programm’s ICT module and has fashioned out an integrated and robust exit strategy for the beneficiaries under the module.
This includes setting beneficiaries up in business after their training by providing them with tool kits and seed loans for their work stations.
Mr Appiah Isaac, Chief Operating Officer, Rlg Institute of Technology, said on the sidelines on a sales orientation programme for the graduates in Accra that, the comprehensive exit programme for the beneficiaries are in three folds.
He said the graduates could either find space for a start up as a commissioned sales representative for the company or as technicians at the ultramodern assembly plan or service centers of the company.
He also noted that based on their academic performance some of them are recruited as trainers in the institute.
He explained that the newly graduated were assisted with re-work stations, multiple metres, screw driver sets, tweezers and a seed loan of GH¢220.00 for their business set ups.


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