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Internationally recognised online certification training. All levels welcome, training when you want it, where you want it.

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Dreamweaver, InDesign, Illustrator

We offer Adobe courses in Lagos. Full time classes available. Hands on, instructor led courses, to learn to use Adobe products.

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MICT SETA

Your company can claim back the training fee through their Skills Levy. Training approved and accredited by SETA.

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I.T. Certification Courses, Nigeria

Computer College in Lagos, Nigeria

2KO Nigeria, a division of 2KO Africa, offers IT training in Nigeria, providing the very best in technical Human Capital Development together with International IT Certification to Lagos and the rest of Nigeria. We offer courses in Cisco, Microsoft, Linux, Oracle, CompTIA, Sun and much more.  There is now a standard of excellence in Africa. 2KO International operates in Africa, Europe and other regions by delivering Virtual Training, bespoke inhouse courses, face to face training and online training. Our training is offered online, live online and also by instructor led classes. 2KO Africa's business courses are available world-wide, many of them leading to European Certification, to ensure students have access to the best IT courses in Nigeria. A range of IT courses for groups is available at your centre in Lagos, Kano, Ibadan, Kaduna, Port Harcourt and Benin City. Contact us if you have a group.  New Course - Google Classroom
Tech News Nigeria

Entrepreneurs in Nigeria have an oft-repeated saying that is borrowed from New York: "If you can make it here, you can make it anywhere." The phrase captures the daily challenges that come with running a business in Africa's largest economy. And since tech startups exist within the ecosystem, they face their share of difficulties too. A new survey of Nigerian tech firms offers a glimpse into the tough realities of running a tech startup in the country. The survey was conducted by two Washington-headquartered organizations - ONE Campaign, an international non-profit seeking to fight extreme poverty, especially in Africa, and the Washington think tank Center for Global Development. More than half the respondents identified the lack of a reliable electricity supply as a severe constraint. A majority of the startups reported 30 or more power outages every month. It's likely that many startups keep the lights on by investing in generators that cost a lot to run.


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