The Nigerian Communication Commission (NCC) has organised a two-week Digital Job Creation Training in the North East as part of its efforts to provide jobs to the country’s teeming unemployed youths.
The six states of Adamawa, Borno, Yobe, Bauchi, Taraba, and Gombe were each represented by one participant.
The Resource Persons taught the participants about computer appreciation, parts of a computer, starting a computer, software, operating a computer, the start menu, word processing, introduction to www and web browsers, communication and collaboration, introduction to computer security, web development, web programming, web browsers, client server examples, and HTML.
Others are Corel draw graphics suite, work space, configuring work space, tool box, drawing basics among others.
The NCC representative, Isa Abubakar, thanked the participants for their dedication, commitment, and orderliness at the closing ceremony held at the Muhammadu Indimi International Center, University of Maiduguri.
He urged them to utilise the skills acquired for future benefit of the society.
Participants at the training commended the Minister of Communication and Digital Economy Professor Isa Ali Pantami, NCC CEO, the facilitators, resource persons among other stakeholders for ensuring the success of the programme.