Infolink College was established in the year 2002 in the Southern Nations and Nationalities Peoples Region SNNPR and has been contributing a lot for the capacity building efforts started by the regional and national governments through producing qualified and skilled manpower and transferring of appropriate technology.
Currently, the college operates in three cities of the SNNPRS, i.e. Hawassa, Wollaitta Soddo, and Dilla. The College gives trainings in wide streams as Education, Business, Law, Engineering, Computer Science and Information Technology. The training and education programs reach from certificate to postgraduate diploma levels.
Since its establishment, in year 2002, the college has created jobs for more than 200 people. The number of graduates are more than 1000 in teaching fields, around 300 in Engineering fields (Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering and Civil Engineering), and more than 1000 in TVET fields (Law, Accounting, Secretarial Science and Office Management, Information Technology, Library Science, and Human Resource Management). In addition around 50 students have graduated in Computer Science at first degree level. That is, a total of more than 3000 people have got the opportunity to acquire the skill, attitude and knowledge that enables them to be competent in the labor market.
Infolink College is working hard to provide the training according to the national standards and the experience of other similar institutions. It is clearly seen that due to its quality training graduates of Infolink College are having great demand in the labor market both regionally and nationally and significant number of these graduates have started their own firms in the areas of construction, information technology and electrical engineering. To keep up this credit and increase the market share of the college, the college management and academic staffs will work better than before.
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