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HomeNewsTeachers and grade 8 students will enroll in a Ksh2,500 digital skills course.

Teachers and grade 8 students will enroll in a Ksh2,500 digital skills course.

Teachers and grade 8 students will enroll in a Ksh2,500 digital skills course.

In a March 26 circular, the Teachers Service Commission recommended that all Grade 8 students, Secretariat Staff, and teachers think about signing up for a digital skills course.

TSC claims that the Ministry of Education charges Ksh2,500 per student for the course.

This is a component of Kenya’s National Digital Master Plan 2022–2032, which aims to improve and spread Kenyans’ digital literacy.

A certificate will be awarded upon completion and evaluation by the government, according to the TSC. “The training will be self-sponsored at a cost of Ksh2,500 per person for basic digital skills.”

The TSC directed all regional directors, county directors, and sub-county directors to make sure that every teacher under their respective authority received a copy of the circular.

More broadly, the program aims to train more than 20 million Kenyans, according to the ICT ministry.

The initiative’s main goal is to guarantee that Kenyans are capable of using government e-services and have a basic understanding of digital capabilities.

“An ICT curriculum of short courses focusing on Foundation, Basic, Intermediate, and Advanced digital skills including, public sector-focused digital skills has been developed by the Government with the support of stakeholders,” it was claimed.

Five million residents will receive training as part of the program’s Phase 1 category, which includes teachers and pupils.

other ICT organizations from the public and private sectors, non-governmental organizations, and other certified training schools will facilitate the training.

In order to improve digital literacy, President William Ruto has also promised to build an ICT hub in each ward.

Through the Constituency Development Fund, the National Government will collaborate with lawmakers to fund the initiative.

Teachers and grade 8 students will enroll in a Ksh2,500 digital skills course.

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