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Future Digital Skills Trainers Preparing to Boost Digital Skills in Rwanda Civil Service

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ICDL Africa visited the Muhanga Campus of the Rwanda Management Institute (RMI), where the Accredited Test Centre has been training candidates who will eventually take on the responsibility of training civil servants across the country.

The training course started on 12 March, 2018, and will run for 20 days, after which a pool of trainers will be selected to follow a ‘train the trainers’ course and ultimately, become trainers themselves.

A total of 102 trainees were at the campus as resident candidates, in order to avoid distraction by other duties for the full duration of the course. They were drawn from different government ministries and institutions, as well as a group of fresh graduates forwarded by the National Capacity Building Secretariat, a government agency.

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