If you are a woman interested in learning computer skills and empowering yourself and other women at the same time, we have an opportunity for you. Intel and Oracle will be providing ICT training to selected women in local communities across the country.

Intel will be offering it’s Learn Easy Steps programme. It will cover basic ICT skills, to help empower you and other women in vulnerable situations by improving their digital literacy. The training will be hosted by their partner, Siyafunda Community Technology Centres.

After the completion of this programme, Oracle will provide you with an introduction to Java training through the Oracle Academy. This will focus on the core fields of Java and Database which prepares students for the first certification exam, the Oracle Certified Junior Associate level.

It is aimed at adult learners and you do not have to have any experience with computers.

With this qualification, and the skills learned in this programme, you will be better enabled to find employment and empower other women in similar situations.

Do you meet these requirements?

  • Basic understanding of English. (Trainers are also able to help out in other local languages)
  • Basic literacy skills
  • Willingness to learn
  • Interest and passion to learn computer/ICT skills
  • A desire to share your skills with the local community

If you would like to apply,
please contact one of the partners involved in the programme:

Shannon Ryan (Thurston)
Oracle Academic Program Manager
Phone: 011 3194681
Mobile: 060 966 8585

Phone: 010 020 3910

Siyafunda CTC – Community Technology Centre:
Smiley Ismael
Phone: 011 904 2720
Mobile: 082 552 5946