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Africa's Got Engineering Talent

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.

  • Africa:   Africa's Got Engineering Talent

    GE Africa, 2 September 2016

    GE's engineering talent is a crucial ingredient in delivering infrastructure and solutions across the world. The Graduate Engineering Training Programme aims to create a top… Read more »

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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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