Skill-UP Boot Camp Training

The cost of learning new skills at the institution is still high, leaving many young people from disadvantaged background to wonder where to start. Many are left out either because of cost or they can’t meet the selection criteria. At Wilsen Initiative (Wi) we offer quality short trainings that wouldn’t be a means to an end, but start up journey that will ignite a new beginning in self learning using available resources, especially the internet.

“ Passion and talent isn’t enough, you need to continually sharpen your skills.” Wilson Masaka, Founder Wilsen Initiative

Skill-up training boot camp
Who Can Participate?

  • Creative entrepreneurs who want to hit the ground running after college.
  • Youth groups who want to be able to represent their personal brand in a more better and professional ways.
  • Schools that want to engage their students in creative approach and thinking using computers and painting sessions.
  • Self-starters pursuing a career in the creative industry (Musicians, comedians, painters etc.).

What We Offer

We offer short courses in Photography, Social Media Marketing, Content Creation, Blogging, Basic Graphic Design, Business model canvas, Soft skills, Branding, Creative Writing, Financial literacy, Painting sessions and Internet Research.

How Much and Number of people?

  • We train a minimum of 10 people to a maximum of 30 people in a session.
  • Minimum session: 3 days for the module offered.
  • Any customized session: A time frame and charges will be given.
  • Each session : Kes 300 per person

When & Where?

Sessions will take place at the client’s premise or at an arranged location with the client. The client is responsible for space, training materials, internet connectivity, computers and other logistics for the participants.

Contact us on:-
info@wilsenx.com or
wilson.masaka@gmail.com

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Chrisc Tanzania Leadership Camp in Oldonyosambu In Arusha , Tanzania

Christian Youth Sports Contact (CHRISC Tanzania) is a sports and development organization started in 1999 as a self-help youth sports and community development project, the organization which has its head-quarter in Arusha runs under the vision and mission of CHRISC in East Africa. Their vision is transforming and actively engaging youth in society development while enhancing the youth potential through sports.
The organization targets young people in Tanzania by providing them a chance to participate in sports and other recreational activities, the sports used are mainly football, volleyball

Chrisc Tanzania organized a leaders camp in CHrisc Tanzania Arusha at Oldonyosambu between 9th and 12th December 2014, in attendance were 70 youth from Tanzania and the main aim of the camp was to bring CHRISC Tanzania from Arusha, Mosh, Mwanza, Tanga and Manyara region for 4 days of training in leadership, engaged in various sports and to reflect on the success they have had in 2014 while they focus forward for 2015 working under a CHRISC project from the regions as mentioned above.

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Motivational talk session

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Wilson explaining to the participants; Design Thinking, Team work etc Fun and Games.

teamwork

Group Competition; Building the tallest tower with only the materials provided. Rule 10 minutes of talking and 10 minutes no talking. Later the teams share the learning points from their team and what they observed fro the other teams

 

It was a great honor to have our founder Mr. Wilson Masaka facilitate during the youth leadership camp. At Wilsen we always thrive to inspire, connect and educate young people wherever we go in the World through our journeys as CHAMPIONS who believes in change that starts from what we do, our action, thoughts etc.

“It is time Africa realizes the POTENTIAL, SKILLS and TALENTS of its YOUTH for the betterment of our content by building their capacities of becoming responsible future leaders instead of inciting them to fight each other.” Wilson Masaka – Wilsen Founder