Huawei Official speaking with students at the graduate recruitment event
Huawei Ghana has completed a Graduate Recruitment Workshop for the final year students at KNUST College of Engineering with the view to providing job opportunities for new university graduates.
It was part of Huawei’s drive to ensure 84% of its employees are Ghanaians.
The workshop was attended by about 300 students from the Department of Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Electrical & Electronic Engineering and Telecom Engineering, and they had the opportunity to learn more about Huawei and the prospective jobs available.
Director of Network Integrated Services at Huawei, Kwaku Essuman Quansah showed the students the available jobs in wireless technology, Access Network, Optical/MW Network, CS Core Network, PS Core Network, Network Energy, Network Operations, Site Design & Infrastructure, Project Management, RF Planning & Optimization, MW Planning & Optimization, Datacom and Application and Software.
Training for Universities' ICT Coordinators
Huawei officials in a pose with the six ICT Coordinators
Meanwhile, as part of Huawei’s commitment to the development of ICT in the education sector, the company sponsored six (6) ICT Coordinators from three universities to undergo training in Huawei Networking Technology and Devices (HNTD) at a cost of GHC 25,000.
The beneficiaries were from University of Cape Coast, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology and University of Ghana. They include Isaac Armah Mensah and Bernard Ampim-Darko (UCC), Novisi Dzitire and Padi Ashie (UG), Richard Yaw Ansah and Foster Sedem K. Dedume (KNUST).
The one week intensive training program was conducted by DANASH Advance Technology Academy, the first Huawei Authorized Learning Partner (HALP) in Ghana.
The training covered six modules comprising Network fundamentals, Huawei Datacom products, Routing, Switching, Wide Area Network (WAN) and Network Security. The trainees were subsequently examined and awarded with certificates.
Public Relations Manager of Huawei Ghana, Gideon Obeng said “this training is in fulfillment of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) signed by Huawei during the ICT laboratory donations to the three universities.”