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    ICT training is intended to boost the skills and knowledge of Egyptian calibers who despite their specialized education have found themselves without the necessary ICT knowledge needed for the marketplace. It is the conviction of MCIT that the rate of employment in this country will increase dramatically through the acquisition of ICT knowledge and skills. The idea is not in transforming the youth into computer programmers, but in enhancing the young with the various backgrounds and teaching them how to make technology serve their needs and provide solutions.

    The Government of Egypt has devised programs in cooperation with numerous training institutes to fully meet the needs of the society.

    Aiming to raise the competitive edge of Egyptian calibers, MCIT provides comprehensive capacity building programs based on real-world experience.

    The ministry broad-wide curriculum includes Communications Courses, Software Development Courses, Process Improvement Courses, Basic Courses, E-Learning Courses, and diplomas. The courses are designed by MCIT and its affiliates to help develop and operate an efficient and expert calibers that can provide more potentials to the Egyptian community.

    The programs reflect MCIT total understanding of the industry requirements and how useful they are in building the capacity of Egyptians and increasing their competitive advantages.

    Ministry of Communications and Information Technology has extensive resources to help ICT trainees get hands-on experience and develop deeper skills through a continued process of learning.


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