The Ghana Investment Fund for Electronic Communications (GIFEC), which has trained 2,550 people across the Country, offered the Sefwi Wiawso Municipality with its fair share of digital skills training through the Community Information Center.
This is the second batch of the Digital Transformation Centres (DTC) Project.
The training is in line with the digital transformation agenda which aims at making the use of technology easier for all sectors of the economy.
The training was held in 83 Community Information Centres across all 16 regions of the country, comprising Women Entrepreneurs, School Dropouts, School leavers, Head Porters, Teachers, Students, the Youth and Persons with Disability.
They have acquired skills in Cisco Get Connected, Entrepreneurship and Introduction to IoT.”
The broader goal of the DTC initiative is to build an inclusive digital society where lack of digital skills will not be a barrier to participation in the digital economy.
Digital Transformation Centres (DTC) is digital literacy development initiative, which was formally launched during the ITU Telecom World in Budapest, Hungary, in September 2019. ITU is working with a global network of institutions, including GIFEC, to develop digital skills for citizens mainly at the basic and intermediate level.
Source; CIC Manager