The University of Tourism Technology and Business studies and ICDL Africa presented certificates to ICDL graduates who also went through a training of trainers. The candidates were 8 from UTB, 2 from the National Post office and 1 from BDF, 1 from Urukundo Village and 1 from World Wide e-learning campus.
During the graduation the Deputy Vice Chancellor Academics of UTB stated that ICDL certification is no longer an option for UTB students but it is a requirement for every student o certify before they are presented their degree.
As stated by the Vice Chancellor of UTB; Rwanda needs to have skilled people. The graduates are seating on the driving seat, they are the key people to support the certification of Rwandans. UTB commits to support the graduates fully not only to certify UTB Students but also all corners of this country because UTB as an institution has that potential.
The government has established all the necessary tools for Rwandans to be digital literate. UTB believes that it needs to take lead in supporting the trainers who graduated to make sure that they deliver. Part of the support UTB will give students is to purchase ICDL products for them and allow them to make payment for ICDL 7 modules in at least 5 installments to the graduation.