As part of efforts to provide an opportunity for youths to develop capacity and a solid foundation for building successful careers, MainOne, West Africa’s premier Connectivity and Data Center solutions provider has announced the completion of the fourth edition of her Graduate Trainee Program.
The nine (9) week intensive Program was delivered through a combination of classroom and practical training sessions facilitated by seasoned external consultants and specialists within MainOne, to equip the trainees with the skills and knowledge required to succeed in the workplace.
Specifically, at the end of the Program, the trainees had an appreciable understanding of the company’s vision, products and services. They also had the rare opportunity of joining a world-class, multi-skilled and innovative workforce.
The company received over five thousand applications and at the end of the Program, thirty-one (31) trainees including ten (10) female participants successfully completed the training. They were offered immediate employment in specialized functions across the Commercial, Finance and Technical departments of the company.
At the Graduation Ceremony, the company’s Head, Corporate Services & Development, Tinuola Ipadeola, commended the trainees on their performance and congratulated them on their new roles.
She stated: “On behalf of MainOne, I would like to extend our heartiest congratulations to our new trainees on the successful completion of the Graduate Trainee Program. Our success is built on having a diverse, multi-skilled and efficient team as the driving force behind our business. We are confident that you will all imbibe MainOne’s TERRIFIC culture rooted in our core values (Team Spirit, Excellence, Reliability, Respect, Innovation, Integrity & Customer Focus).
“You are each encouraged to make good use of the opportunity to work alongside some of the brightest and best minds within the telecommunications industry by enabling digital transformation. We look forward to your exciting MainOne journeys and success stories.”