The second round of Telecentre Women‘s Digital Literacy for Women and Youth Employment and Entrepreneurship Training Course will begin on January 13, 2014 and run until February 9. The course, which was first offered last November, is a Training of Trainers (ToT) class for the Digital Literacy for Women and Youth Employment and Entrepreneurship course. Aside from learning the content, participants will also learn how to teach the content to the learners for whom this course was developed: women and youth. Participants will also be guided on how to provide support services for various types of learners.
The course will be delivered in the open distance eLearning (ODeL) or online mode. Learning sessions will be asynchronous through the virtual learning environment hosted at the University of the Philippines Open University. This will be supplemented by email and social networking through Facebook.
The course is open for FREE to all participants around the world provided they meet the following requirements:
A Certificate of Trainer Course Completion will be issued to those who will be able to complete all the requirements of the course.
For those interested in finding out more, download the Course Announcement or contact Maria Teresa Camba at email@example.com. Interested participants are invited to fill up the Enlistment Form and send back to firstname.lastname@example.org by January 10, 2014. Slots are limited so enroll as early as you can!
This course is conducted by Telecentre.org Foundation and implemented in partnership with the Philippine Community eCenter Network (PhilCeCNet), with support from the International Telecommunication Union.
[UPDATE - Jan 8, 2014: Training slots are already filled up. Registration is now closed. Please watch out for further announcements on future batches. Thank you for your support!]