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Firm pledges to equip graduates with 21st century ICT skills

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As part of effort to tackle unemployment and improve quality teaching and learning, particularly in the Information and Communications Technology (ICT), Co-Creator Hub Education, has pledged to train and equip graduates with 21st century ICT skills and knowledge.

The training tagged “Re:Learn Educators Network,” according to the Coordinator, Ms. Desire Crag, will expose graduates to the art of ICT and equip them with transferable skills with which they will impart secondary and tertiary institutions students across the country.

She said after the programme, aimed at improving literacy in ICT, as well as creating jobs, participants would be deployed to ICT centers in both public and private schools to help train the Nigerian child. She added that the overall aim is to help schools use technology in a smart way that would enhance learning.

She said, “Re:learn Educators Network is an ICT-based training project designed to train interested graduates who are computer literate. The focus is to train them to be able to handle ICT centres in both public and private schools nationwide. Many of the ICT centres in both government and private schools lack experts to handle the equipment, thereby unable to train and adequately impart pupils with ICT skill.

“So, the training would be executed by a team of professionals over a period ranging from one to three months. The focus is to develop participants’ knowledge to be able to train others especially those in secondary and tertiary institutions nationwide. We have notices in form of adverts posted on the Internet and interested candidates should apply online.”

On the selection procedure, Crag explained, “No candidate will have to travel outside their domain to participate. For now, we have training centers in the selected states like Lagos, Jigawa and Kano States.


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