Digital Citizenship Programme
Our Digital Citizenship Programme teaches learners digital literacy such as coding, robotics, graphic design, digital video and photography by industry experts as well as training in the effective use of Google Apps. While digital skills are important, our youth needs more than hard skills to function as digital citizens in this world.
This is why our learners are also taught teamwork, critical thinking, creative and communication skills amongst others. Next, learners are taught how to apply the skills they have been taught, and how to use those skills to innovate. Unemployed youth from lower income communities are able to develop technical skills required in the ICT sector through this programme.
The programme also teaches these youth self-confidence and emotional intelligence, interpersonal, communication, teamwork, problem-solving or critical thinking, and time management skills. Other essential parts of our programme include mentorship and a 12-month industry-based internship opportunity offered through the MiDO Foundation.