Youth unemployment is one of Africa's biggest challenges
400 million Africans will need employment by 2050
Meanwhile it is estimated that the number of roles requiring digital skills will grow significantly in the coming years.
AmaliTech provides Africa’s youth with adequate training in IT and digital skills prior to offering them fulltime employment in the IT/ digital sector, servicing multinational companies.
1. AmaliTech’s IT/ Digital analysts complete an intensive 6-month training program to sharpen their technical, collaboration and problem-solving skills.
2. Upon successful completion of training, AmaliTech’s analysts are provided with fulltime employment and growth opportunities throughout IT and digital shared Service Centers, servicing multinational customers.
3. IT/ Digital analysts are guaranteed continuous learning and career support through our trainer team of highly skilled professionals.
Where we work
AmaliTech aims to empower Africa’s next generation of tech leaders through its training academies and digital shared service centers in Ghana. We are committed to unlock all human potential by promoting inclusion and diversity and therefore do not discriminate on the basis of gender, race, religion or disability.
AMALITECH employees work in a healthy, safe and sound working environment where teamwork is paramount. Members of various teams brainstorm to arrive at best options, thereby involving all team members in decision making. The employee is regarded as a key organisational stakeholder and this encourages Organisational Citizenship Behaviour and Employee Engagement. At AMALITECH everyone has a voice.
As a director of AmaliTech, an IT guy and as a Ghanaian, I am honoured to be part of this evolution. Giving people the opportunity to develop a career in technology, learn about business and be internationally exposed is key in this global world. If we add high standards, tech-talent and commitment to deliverables to the mix, we strengthen our place in the digital world.