One – Week Accelerated Training On MS Word Begins At GCTC

A one-week accelerated training on Microsoft Word  (MS), has begun at Giddis Computer Training Center, GCTC, located at Obili, Yaounde.

According to information from the Center, the one-week training is aimed at training young people especially those who are job seekers, students, and employees on how to create, edit, and format simple word documents.

Speaking shortly after the first day of training, the manager of the Center, Tani Glory said, “The training began very well with a number of young people showing up. The beginning is always tough but I want to thank God that all that has started well will end well.”

She added, “The beginning of the training was also good given the zeal that was exhibited by trainees. So far, it is good because there is readiness to learn and make corrections.”

Going by some of the trainees, acquiring basic computer knowledge is very important given that the world is fast becoming a global village and one need to be upgraded.

“Being here has been very interesting because I have learned a lot. In the beginning, I was timid and afraid since I didn’t know who I was coming to see and what the teachers will be teaching us. So far, it has been good and everything is going on well,” Geraldine Ngang said.

Diane Atabongwung who is taking part in the training said, “I am not disappointed taking part in the program because just two days into the program, I have learned a lot. I love the way lessons are going on. I encourage my friends who are still lacking in computer knowledge to use this opportunity and upgrade their knowledge.”

“I love the way training is going on. At first, I was timid and afraid but I am fine now. I have learned a lot and I promise to work hand-in-hand with the trainers so as to acquire more skills,” Alice Atafa

“All I can say is that my friends should come to Giddis Computer Training Center and acquire computer skills that will help them to go on with their daily activities,” Emmanuel Kiven

Apart from building up their typing speed, trainees are expected to make simple designs in words like creating cards, visits cards, cover pages, simple certificates, and calendars, and so on.

The one-week accelerated training on Microsoft Word started on May 27 with an introduction to computers and how to connect a computer set. There was also an introduction to all office programs, creating, saving, and closing documents.

So far, trainees have also acquired some basic knowledge on typing speed building. The accelerated training program is expected to end on June 3.

By Etienne Mainimo

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