DBI to train 2,000 primary, secondary school teachers
Buoyed by the success recorded with the Advanced Digital Awareness Programme for Tertiary Institutions (ADAPTI), the Digital Bridge Institute (DBI) is planning to train over 2,000 primary and secondary school teachers and administrators before the end of the year.
The Administrator of the Institute, Dr. Ike Adinde, who disclosed this in a chat with journalists, said the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), which provided the funding extended the training programme to secondary schools under the initiative tagged ‘Digital Awareness Programmed’ (DAP).
DBI is the capacity-building arm of the NCC, which has the mandate to train Nigerians on emerging trends and rudiments of Information Communication Technology (ICT). Adinde said the schools would cut across all the six geographical zones of the federation.
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