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.
The Uganda Teacher’s Forum this year had for theme, ICT in Education. The Forum was hosted by ICDL Africa in partnership with the British Council and Vodafone in conjunction with the Ministry of Education and the Uganda National Teachers Union.
The 3rd ICDL Africa Annual ATC forum was held in Nairobi. It had participation from Centers in Uganda, Tanzania and Rwanda as well as special guests from outside the region
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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.
The Regional Centre for Mapping Resource for Development held an ICDL graduation Ceremony of 50 Candidates.
Tanzania had its very first, and very successful, Train the Trainer Programme hosted by the University of Dar es Salaam Computing Centre.
ICDL Africa team visits the Accredited Test Centre, MindLeaps, a dance and educational programme for street children and out-of-school youth in post-conflict and developing countries.
Uasin Gishu County ICT Stakeholders Forum highlighted ICDL Africa's role in increasing digital literacy levels in Kenya
Computer Society of Zimbabwe introduces a mobile app during the annual ATC forum; thus earning a well-deserved Best Practice Award at the ECDL Forum