ICDL Africa held an ATC activation Workshop in Tanzania attended by 20 Delegates and hosted by Emerson Education.
Future Technologies hosted the first Train the Trainer workshop in Uganda. This programme is of great importance as it standardises the delivery of the ICDL programme across all the markets.
Online technological safety solutions are many and various however a good understanding of IT Security risks and IT security skills are at the core of staying safe online.
E-Tech Chairman Mr. A.U Mustapha was in Dublin to sign an MoU with ICDL Foundation CEO, Mr. Damien O'Sullivan. The MoU will set out a clear partnership with ICDL Africa as the team at E-Tech aims to grow the number of candidates and maximise opportunities available in Africa's largest economy.
Tanzania had its very first, and very successful, Train the Trainer Programme hosted by the University of Dar es Salaam Computing Centre.
At the ICDL Foundation Global Forum, The Computer Society of Zimbabwe won the ICDL in Education award as well as being the runner up for the ICDL in Society award. The 2016 Forum did not only give the participants an opportunity to share best practice from the previous year, but it also focused on challenges and opportunities different ICDL markets face in order to diversify the ICDL programme.
The 3rd ICDL Africa forum held in Nairobi this week was a huge success with 80+ delegates and ICDL Foundation CEO Damien O'Sullivan as the guest of honour.
The eLearning Africa conference in Ethiopia last May was a great opportunity for the ICDL Africa team to engage with delegates from all over Africa and forge new relations with various stakeholders.
NFT Consult is a leading Human Resources recruitment agency with a footprint in the five East African Countries is the newest ATC in Africa.