Over 84 students are expected to benefit from the United Bong County Associations in the Americas (UBCAA) three months technical training program in Gbarnga Bong County.
The training according to UBCAA’s County program director is intended to provide the needful knowledge with basic computer skills to students between 6th -12th grades.
Mr. Philip Singbah told our reporter that the program will cover courses including Computer Science, MS-Word 2010, MS-Excel 2010, Internet Technology, and Typing Tutorial.
Mr. Singbah said he believes that the training will create opportunities for many students in Bong County who are without knowledge of computer skills.
The UBCAA County program director disclosed that the training is part of the Associations’ deliverables under the leadership of its current President, Caimon Joe Kollie.
“Students enrolling at the training are expected to receive a certificate by September of this year upon completion of courses offered by UBCAA.
“UBCAA has launched its computer literacy program for students in Bong County. About 84 students have been enrolled in phase one of the training”,he further stated.
The UBCAA Computer Literacy Program offers five courses, which include (Introduction to Computer Science, MS-Word 2010, MS-Excel 2010, Internet Technology, and Typing Tutorial).
Courses are being taught for three months and students who complete the classes will be certificated at the end of the training in September this year, Mr. Singbah told our Reporter Tuesday, July 19, 2022.
Pictorial from the launch of the program.
By Timothy R. Yoko