Graduates with digital skills stand better chances of employment

Graduates with digital skills stand better chances of employment

Graduates with digital skills stand better chances of employment. Graduates who acquire additional acknowledge in digital marketing and general creative technology stand a better chance for employment in multi-national firms and other blue-collar companies.

The Director and CMO of Activecode Business Hub, a Forex, ICT-based/ Digital marketing Company, Mr. Kelvin Akparanta, stated this in Calabar during a pre-launch briefing of his book: “Everything personal branding and digital marketing”.

Akparanta called on the Federal Government to, as a matter of urgency, include technological skills like digital marketing, branding into secondary & tertiary school curriculums.

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He further said he strongly believes that digital skills should be taught as basic subject/course in schools.

His words:” I strongly believe and advocate personal branding and digital marketing should be taught in Nigerian schools as basic courses and subjects.

“The book has been in development since 2019. It was finally ready at the fall of 2020 but got published in 2021.

“It is a masterpiece of 2 years of meticulous research and over 9 years of personal experience, all embodied in the subject matter.

“The idea is to create a perfect resource for beginner-to-advanced professionals and digital marketers looking to learn new skills or improve on existing ones.

“The e-version of the book is in the works and would be in major Nigerian and foreign languages, Igbo, Yoruba, Hausa, and of course French to cater for the needs of the French-speaking parts of the African continent.”

The ICT guru, who has consulted for major brands in Nigeria, including Carnival Calabar and more said his book when put into practice can curb unemployment to the barest minimum.

By Olumide Sekunowo

Content Author for @study4naija

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