The Harvestworld Church (THC) in Lagos is set to commence its 2021 THC Skills Incubator (TSI), a skill acquisition training initiative.


In a statement on Monday, THC said the programme is billed to run between September 23 to  25.

It said the 2021 edition, themed the Masters Class, would offer digital marketing training to young Nigerians.

“TSI is an empowerment platform of The Harvestworld Church particularly targeting the youths with the intention of giving them a chance at developing additional skills set,” the church said.


“[This is] with the aim of propelling them and preparing them for exploits in our ever-changing world; given the high rate of unemployment and job insecurity occasioned by the pandemic and the country’s economic downturn.

“The three days free training activity is one of THC’s strategic outreach to give young Nigerians the opportunity to maximize their potentials and become a person of influence in their communities.

“The participants will be groomed and exposed to see and take advantage of the enormous opportunities in the digital economy. The training will be facilitated by seasoned and grounded professionals within the fields on offer.


“In previous editions, participants have expressed their gratitude at the excellent culture exhibited by THC as
well as the top quality nature of the facilitators.”

THC prides itself as a church for 21st-century urban dwellers poised to make “persons of influence” in our world.

THC Skills Incubator comes as one of the church’s strategies at achieving this sole purpose.


THC is led by pastors Nike and Yinka Adesanya, empowerment strategists, and seasoned administrators.

Since its inception five years ago, TSI has graduated over 200 participants in various skills with laudable results in areas of transformed lives, job placement, and entrepreneurial successes by participants.

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