Admissions Open: Now learn freelancing skills and earn from home with NFTP!
This will also help to bring in much needed foreign exchange and empowering women by giving them the opportunity to earn an honorable living.’
The Ministry of Information Technology & Telecommunication (MoITT) is working tirelessly to provide Freelancing Training to empower the youth of Pakistan. In order to bring this vision to verity, a comprehensive National Freelance Training Program (NFTP) has been designed which provides contemporary training to aspiring freelancers across all provinces of Pakistan
The main objective of this initiative is to provide opportunities for the youth through which they can develop critical soft skills, earn a sustainable income, and contribute positively to Pakistan’s image through global representation. This will also help to bring in much needed foreign exchange and empowering women by giving them the opportunity to earn an honorable living.
Over the course of 3 years, this program aims to enable 22,960 individuals to generate substantial income through its 20 state-of-art centers.
After the success of its first batch with high student satisfaction and earnings across Pakistan, NFTP has now opened applications for its second batch. In view of the current situation regarding pandemic, the training offered for this batch is totally free and will be conducted online.
To be considered eligible for training, you should:
- Have a valid domicile/CNIC of your province
- Be over 18 and under 40 years of age
- Have a minimum of 14 years or above of completed education (students who are currently enrolled in 14 or 16 years of the education program are not eligible to apply).
NFTP is offering training in three domains: technical, content marketing and advertising, and creative design.
Apply now and become a part of a digital revolution that will not only shape your future but will be a cornerstone of future advancements in the economic and technological development of Pakistan.
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