How To Create Sustainable Financial Portfolio or Culture

In your new year’s resolution, plan or goals; IS LEARNING A NEW SKILL & NETWORKING part of your list?

Wilsen Initiative (Wi) in collaboration with Maji Mazuri has organized a master session for youths to be trained on financial matters that will introduce to the youth the principle of money and how to create a sustainable financial portfolio or culture through acquired skills, knowledge, business, employment ventures, partnerships etc.

You only need 20% of knowledge and 80% is your behavior!

The master session will be held at Maji Mazuri offices along Juja road next to Olympic petrol station opposite Moi Airbase main gate, from 9.30 am to 1pm on Saturday 26th January 2019.

The session is free of charge and we target youth between 17 to 35 years, there are only 45 seats available, and only those who subscribe through this link https://bit.ly/2TNRq7J will be admitted to the session.

So what are you waiting for REGISTER NOW! It is free Visit: https://bit.ly/2TNRq7J

For further information and direction: Contact person: Mr. Wambua on 0715733196

Main Topic: Achieving financial freedom as young people (Saving plan, investment, starting a business, partnerships etc.

Main Objective: Introduce to the youth the principle of money and how to create a sustainable financial portfolio or culture through acquired skills, knowledge, business, partnerships etc.

Meet our facilitator: Mr. Michael Ogambi;

Mr. Michael Ogambi has over 15 years’ experience in finance and accounting. He has worked in commercial entities (General Electric) and Not-for-Profit organizations of regional nature including AMREF-Kenya and South Sudan. He is also involved in supporting art organizations and artists in entity as well as personal financial planning and tax exposures. He currently supports Kunja Dance with Admin and finance.

His main areas of expertise are in;

  1. Financial systems design implementation including development/review of internal controls
  2. Donor accounting – proposal budgeting and reporting
  3. Cash flow management and treasury management
  4. Financial policies and statutory compliance, Financial reports preparation, analysis and presentation
  5. Administration operations including procurement process management and support
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Skill UP Photograph 101 At CMETrust in Mathare

It was a great pleasure to receive an invitation from CMETrust to train their youth (16 to 19 years) in Story telling and the fundamentals of making great photos while also thinking of captions that could help tell the story. Canada-Mathare Education Trust believes every child should be able to go to school. They also believe that education empowers people to change their communities for the better. Below are important notes shared today by our founder Mr. Wilson Masaka, who started his photography and blogging journey in 2009 while on an assignment in Zanzibar. Check out his blog at www.wilsenx.blogspot.com

Pre and Post Production: Making Great Photos Basic 101

  1. Know your camera (Mobile phone, DSLR, Brand Canon, Nikon, Lens etc.).
  2. Think of the moment or story line before the shoot (Pre-production).
  3. Be present and embrace the moments.
  4. Don’t stick to script too much, some great moments aren’t planned.
  5. Shoot as many shots as possible then select later.
  6. Understand the theme of the event, do’s and don’t.
  7. Take the right gear with you, for example, there are many types of lenses for different purpose
  8. Learn the basics from shutter speed, Aperture, ISO, Light, Composition, Rule of third, Golden hour and style.
  9. Build a portfolio on our way up, dedicate time for pro-bono work.
  10. Never sop learning and learn from your mistakes. Editing is a skill you must master in the post-production.

Some photos as captured;

Are you a youth group with a desire to Skill UP? Get in touch with us for a session in photography, creative entrepreneurship, social media marketing, blogging, graphic design, web development and personal branding (life skills) write to wilson.masaka[at]gmail.com or info@wilsenx.com

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