Launch a career in technology with
AWS re/Start

Amazon Web Services (AWS) re/Start is a free, full-time skills development program to jump-start your career working in cloud computing.

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About the AWS re/Start Program

AWS re/Start is a free, 12-week, full time skills development program that prepares unemployed or underemployed individuals for entry-level careers in the cloud. AWS re/Start is collaborating with AmaliTech, an IT training and service company that fosters digital skills development in Africa, empowering the next generation of technology professionals and offers cutting-edge technology solutions to International and local businesses.
AmaliTech will support learners throughout the AWS re/Start program and help them launch careers in cloud computing.
Together, AWS re/Start and AmaliTech are excited to help individuals develop in-demand cloud skills and prepare for jobs in and around their local communities.

Program Benefits
Certification Exam Voucher
Stipends & Internet Bundle
Increased Competitiveness in Job Market
Professional Network Support
Expert-Driven Curriculum
Soft-Skills Acquisition
The program is designed to be completed entirely ONLINE in 3 months
  • Structured in cohorts with flexible start dates
  • Taught through live, online and in-person instructor-led sessions
  • Requires up to 8 hours of dedicated time each day (from Monday – Friday)
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An ideal candidate must:

Be a tertiary graduate
Be unemployed or partially employed
Be available to attend full-time online training sessions from Monday to Friday
Have access to a computer or laptop with a webcam and microphone
Be passionate about pursuing a career in cloud computing
Selection Process

Click on the "Apply Now" button below to complete the enrollment form

Application screening and validation

Phone Interview

Complete the learner assessment, which will be sent to your email

Email notification of application decision


Note: Monitor your email inbox, including spam and junk folders often, to stay informed about the selection process.