Internships, the iDeaLabs, and Recruiting
How the course hosting works:
We engage industry leaders in specific fields to offer self-paced online courses to a pan-African audience. Courses are broken down into modules. Each module is made up of learning materials usually in the form of videos and/or PDF files. A set of quiz questions typically follows every module. The Slatecube platform automatically adapts the content for both web (laptop/PC/workstation) and mobile viewing. Certificates/Statements of Accomplishment are then issued to successful candidates.
Success is defined to be or determined by candidates who score 80% and above in both course completion and quizzes. Slatecube then engages companies in that particular industry/space in offering internship opportunity to these qualified candidates.
– The full range of jobs we recruit for:
We partner with the best schools and organizations around the world
to train Africa’s brightest talents to become world-class, startup-friendly professionals across
g. accounting/finance and,
These are the broad sectors we recruit talents into companies.
– And generally how it works.
While I suppose I have explained how the platform works with these previous points, I’d like to do a recap;
1. We provided self-paced, industry-relevant training through our web and mobile platform in partnership with leading institutions around the world in order to develop our users into world-class professionals.
1.1 Courses are free but certificates cost NGN 15,000 and are mandatory for Slatecubers seeking internship offers.
2. We place best performing candidates with companies for a period of internship. This means professional talents at much cheaper rates to companies that host interns from Slatecube. It also means structured access to developing relevant industry experience for users on Slatecube.
3. Companies can eventually recruit amazing talents from the pull of interns we make available to them. You only get to recruit if the talent is a great fit for your company. This is however optional.
4. We charge 20% monthly on the proposed internship stipend. This should typically be borne by the employer.
5. The minimum internship stipend is NGN 40,000.