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Applications Now Open for Digify Pro Online Programme



Digify Pro Online programme

Digify Pro Online programme applications are now open, inviting Alex youth to join before June 2. This free, innovative digital entrepreneurship programme empowers young individuals to enhance their digital marketing skills.

Digify PRO Online is a progressive programme featuring a three-level journey. Participants start with foundational skills, advance to intermediate techniques, and master advanced digital marketing practices. Each phase equips participants with practical expertise for self-sustaining digital careers.

Project manager Nothando Gininda emphasised the programme’s impact: “The new three-level programme directly responds to the ever-increasing youth unemployment rates and the clear need for more inclusive learning opportunities, especially targeting the previously under-represented.”

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The programme covers a comprehensive range of topics over four weeks. These include an overview of digital marketing, understanding the digital landscape, and basic digital marketing terminologies. Participants will also learn about current digital marketing trends, social media platforms, community management, social media analytics, Google Workspace, and basic financial literacy. Additionally, the programme includes guidance on crafting a CV and LinkedIn profile.


Digify Africa COO Qhakaza Mohare expressed enthusiasm for the initiative, stating, “We are excited to welcome another cohort of young potential talent and through low-cost technologies, we aim to broaden our reach and ultimately increase digital inclusivity.”

Applications are open until June 2. Interested individuals can WhatsApp “Hi” to Didi on 076 988 7920 for more information.

Source: Applications for the Digify Pro Online programme are now open

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