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ICDL Training at NJALA University Freetown, Sierra Leone

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On Sunday, 29th April 2018, Dr Jean Baptiste from University of Tourism, technology and Business studies (UTB), left Rwanda for Sierra Leone to give the ICDL Training to the IT lecturers at one of the ICDL Africa ATC . The trainings started on Monday 30th April 2018 and will last for 10 days.

After the training, the lecturers will undertake a train the trainer programme with Peter Maina from ICDL Africa, from the 14th May to 16th May 2018.

The project is funded by Computer Aid from the UK. On their first day, the trainer Dr Jean Baptiste started by introducing the Base Modules. On the second day, the 7 participants did the diagnostics of the Computer Essentials & online Essentials.
The training covers the 4 Base Modules, presentations and ICT in education.


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