After the successful completion of TFESS Quarter 1 trainings, The Future Project once again announces training scheduled for the second quarter of 2017.
These trainings are set to support and up-skill young persons who are interested in developing their skills in the following fields:
Graphics Design: This workshop is an introduction to the field of Graphic Design where participants will be taught about what it takes to be a good designer and how you can make a career in this field.
Starting with Zero capital: is targeted at prospective entrepreneurs/business owners who desire to excel in building a successful business. It aims to empower the next generation of leaders who can build sustainable ventures that would lead to development of communities and Nigeria as a whole.
Comic Illustration workshop: This workshop is an introduction to comics and use of photoshop. Participants will be taught about what it takes to be a good artist, how to promote the comic book business to a global audience and how you can make a career in this field.
Make-up masterclass: will give aspiring makeup artists who want to learn a new skill or improve on their natural talent the opportunity to learn professional makeup artistry by providing professional tutorship in a variety of subjects around the past and recent makeup technique and style.
The Business of Music: This class aims to provide attendees with the skills they need to succeed in building viable music businesses and in operating in international markets; give them an understanding of the challenges and constraints in the music industry; and knowledge of the strategies to help them overcome.
This quarter, TFP partners with Ace Graphics Design company Fourth Canvas, Comic Republic and Doranne Beauty. Our outstanding faculties from across different fields are there to give you the best learning experience.
To register, sign up here http://www.thefutureafrica.com/tfess-training/
About The Future Enterprise Support Scheme (TFESS)
TFESS is a series of seminars, workshops with focus on the Entrepreneurship, Technology and Creative (ETC). Trainings act as a door towards skill acquisition and capacity building for young people who want to get a job or start a business.