As part of its commitment to skills development and localisation in Africa, GE launched a Graduate Engineering Training Programme (GETP) in 2014. The programme has quickly become a best-in-class programme for young engineers, giving them the opportunity to specialise in one of several disciplines, including Healthcare and Oil & Gas. GE Reports Africa spoke to some of the young engineers to find out more about what differentiates the programme. Read more. More about GE in Africa in this BRIEFING.
Ghanaian members of the Graduate Engineering Training Programme (GETP) on a training course in the United States. The GETP was launched in 2014 as part of GE’s commitment to skills development and localisation in Africa, and has quickly become a best-in-class programme for young engineers.
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