Mayaro’s parents learn digital literacy at NESC – Trinidad and Tobago Newsday.


Permanent National Energy Skills Center (NESC) Digital Literacy Program is a digital literacy teacher and program graduate. Seated Stephen Stout, NESC Business Development Officer, left; Samantha Inglefield, Community Relations in Perrenco; Kristle Gangadeen, Manager, Marketing and Corporate Relations, NESC; Indra Ramrop-Ramkisson, Acting Dean, Continuing School; And Fazid Kurban, campus manager. –

Sixteen parents from the Macaro community graduated with digital literacy, Microsoft Word, and Microsoft Excel certificates.

The National Energy Skills Center (NESC) has developed a special training program for parents of their children in e-learning in Maya. The program was timely, especially since a significant number of students continued their education online and needed technological support from their parents, according to media reports.

On Saturday 18th, the graduates’ parents participated in a program that provided them with the necessary ICT skills, including document creation and formatting. Cyber ​​security and privacy were also key features of the program to raise awareness of the risks associated with the virtual environment, the statement said.

Judith Bruce spoke of her fear of being paralyzed by the classroom valerian Victoria’s online learning environment, but expressed her gratitude for being able to manage digital platforms. She encouraged other parents not to succumb to fear but to take the initiative and improve the lives of their children.

At the graduation ceremony on November 27, Andra Ramrop-Ramkison, dean of NESC, thanked the parents for taking the test to learn technology. Ramppe: Ramkisson honors graduates’ credentials, saying: In this online learning world, you will be confident and successful in supporting your children’s education.

The statement said NESC continues to be proud of its ability to strengthen communities through skills training. For more than a decade, NESC has partnered with Perrenco T&T Limited to provide sponsorship free training programs to the wider community. This partnership supports customized NESC programs such as job creation, construction technology, and cooling and air conditioning services.

NESC says it is committed to understanding the needs of communities and providing quality technical training. Currently, custom training programs are offered to other communities, including Point Fortin and La Brain, the statement said.

In addition, it offers diploma programs, crafts, and short courses at its campuses in Points Lisa, St Madeleine, Chaguanas, and Tobago.

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