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Four Computer Technician trainees have joined Tonga.Online
Sunday, 25 November 2007 13:06
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I have the pleasure to welcome the new Computer Technician trainees who
have joined Tonga.Online with effect from 1st of November 2007. For a
start, four trainees (2 males and 2 females) have been recruited to do
the IT course. This move is being done under the auspices of capacity
building of the locals and this programme is specifically designed
to bridge the IT skills gap that currently exist in the district.

The Trainees will under go a two year intensive programme (2007 -2009).
They will be introduced to fundamentals of repair, upgrade,
troubleshooting and networking on personal computers and related
peripherals. Computer lab hands-on training will include in-depth
examination and installation of all personal computer components. During
their training, they will also write examinations with renowned
examination bodies such as HEXICO.

See their 2 years Training programme
and Individual profiles ....


Best regards


Pottar Muzamba
Project Director


 Elina Muleya

24 Years

Makunku, Binga District

 Experiences:
Good communication system
Supervision of pupils

 I am very much interested in being a computer technician. This will help me as well as the Binga community in fixing broken down computers and other related devices. Being a computer Technician is an added advantage as this helps me to teach others the use of computers.

 

 Francis Munga

30 Years

Mabobolo, Binga District

Experiences:
Teaching primary school curriculum and Mathematics at secondary level
General supervision of teachers
General school administrative duties

I would like to train as a computer technician, a profession that has always been in my dreams. It is indeed an opportune time for me to acquire technical skills and deeper knowledge about technology as it continues to roll-out in Binga District. I look forward to contributing extensively towards:-
the capacity building of Binga community, Periodically service and repair computers in the centres to ensure prolonged life to the gadgets and offer technical advice to computer users when I finish my course. During the training period I promise to observe and abide by the policies of tonga.online in order to achieve the goal, vision and mission of the project.

 

Luyando Mugande

20 Years

Lusulu, Binga District

School Leaver 

 After this course I want to help the people of Binga in repairing computers since there are a lot of computers. I also want to challenge man that us women can also be technicians. It was dream being a technician because a few people in Binga are being educated on this job.

 

Oscar Nyathi

19 Years

Tinde, Binga District

 School Leaver

I would like to say this before venturing into my training.I am glad to join this Tonga.online which entails Information and Communication Technology development in Binga District.I am willing to help Binga community in repairing and mantaining computers peripherals. I want also to lift up technological advancement in Binga District as whole.