Tuesday, November 7, 2017

AIRTEL CALLS SCHOOLS IN KINONDONI TO MAKE USE OF AIRTEL LAB

Dar Teknohama Business incubator – DTBi trainee Edmund Sepeku speaks to Kijitonyama Kisiwani primary School pupils during an event to introduce ICT knowledge to teachers and pupils of the school, a programme which is a partnership between Airtel Tanzania and DTBi.
Airtel Tanzania Project Manager Jane Matinde shows Kijitonyama Kisiwani primary School pupils how a lego Robotics works during an event to introduce ICT knowledge to teachers and pupils of the school, a programme which is a partnership between Airtel Tanzania and DTBi.
Dar Teknohama Business incubator – DTBi trainee Edmund Sepeku speaks to Kijitonyama Kisiwani primary School pupils during an event to introduce ICT knowledge to teachers and pupils of the school, a programme which is a partnership between Airtel Tanzania and DTBi.
A cross-section of Kijitonyama Kisiwani primary School pupils follow the proceedings of introduction ICT knowledge to teachers and pupils of the school, a programme which is a partnership between Airtel Tanzania and DTBi.
ICT Lab Airtel Fursa Manager Agape Jengela speaks to to Kijitonyama Kisiwani primary School pupils during an event to introduce ICT knowledge to teachers and pupils of the school, a programme which is a partnership between Airtel Tanzania and DTBi.

Primary schools in Kinondoni Municipal have been urged to make use of the available ICT Airtel Fursa Lab in Kijitonyama Primary School in order to equip pupils and teachers with ICT knowledge.

The call has been made by Airtel Tanzania Project Manager after visiting Kijitonyama Kisiwani Primary school, a visit aimed at introducing the ICT Lab to pupils and schools within the Municipal. The Airtel Fursa Lab is a partnership between Airtel and Dar Teknohama Business incubator – DTBi and is aimed at life changing program and also equip pupils and teachers with ICT knowledge.

We have already a big number of pupils and teachers especially from Kijitonyama Primary School who have come up for the ICT studies. The training will go on as usual even during the holidays and therefore we call upon pupils/teachers and whoever else interested to register for the studies so as to have knowledge on computer science skills at early age. To the community, it is a good time to start learning ICT programs that can make you a self-employed, said Matinde.

Earlier, the studies had focused on pupils, students and entrepreneurs but now they have extended the same to teachers at the school and other schools within Kinondoni Municipal.

We are still receiving applicants who want to get skills on ICT management. Pupils, students and anyone who is willing to take part in these studies is encouraged to apply, Matinde added.

Kijitonyama Kisiwani Primary School second Master Sikudhan Semka applauded Airtel for visiting the school and said they make sure that they use the Airtel Lab to equip them with ICT skills. ‘We have five computers here in our school but not even a single teacher can use them as none has the skills. It is very encouraging to learn that our neighbouring school has the facility that can equip our teachers and pupils with a such knowledge. We will make use of this opportunity, Semka added.

The ICT Lab Airtel Fursa Manager Agape Jengela said they are ready to offer training to any applicant. Jengela named some of the courses that are offered as such as lego Robotics’, animation programming for children(called scretch) and 3D designing and printing at the primary school level, other courses include computer basics, computer literacy, simplified application programming ,internet/security

Applicants can apply through www.teknohama.or.tz or www.airtelfursa.com or by visiting Kijitonyama Primary School in Kinondoni municipal.

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