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Organisations train 48 people in FCT on digital skills

By Vivian Emoni

Xploits Consulting Ltd. and Access Bank Plc on Wednesday trained 48 people in digital skills in the Federal Capital Territory.

Dr Tayo Taiwo, Senior Partner, Xploits Consulting Ltd, speaking to participants in Abuja, said the training will improve the work experience of participants and provide better ways of working.

Taiwo said the organizations had trained 48 people in Bwari and Kuje regional councils.

He said the participants were trained in computers, email communication, internet safety and responsibility, website design, Ms Word, Ms PowerPoint and media marketing. social.

Taiwo said the purpose of the training was to help develop the productivity of the participants, as digital skills were very essential in everyday life.

“I urge all participants to pay serious attention during this training because the world is now a global village.

“The fact that the world has gone digital has made digital skills a mandatory thing that Nigerians and the world in general must experience.

“I also encourage you to explore the financial side of digital skills in areas like digital marketing and website design,” he said.

Taiwo advised participants to pay more attention to training to enable them to gain better knowledge and to ensure that they also train others to promote digital exercise.

He noted that Xploits Consulting also recently collaborated with Access Bank to train around 41 people in the Kabba local government area in Kogi.

Taiwo was represented by Ms. Grace Taiwo, Director of Communications, Xploits Consulting Ltd.

Mr. Gideon Oche, who spoke on behalf of the participants and the Kuje Regional Council, expressed his gratitude to both organizations for making the training possible.

“I thank both organizations for all of their efforts to ensure that training reaches my staff in this area.

“I was looking for a way to acquire this knowledge, but was unable to do so due to financial constraints, but Access Bank Plc and Xploits Consulting Ltd gave us this training for free,” Oche said.

Also, Miss Ojonugwa Jibrin thanked both organizations for the great opportunity given to them to benefit from the training and promised to make good use of the knowledge. (NAA)

(NAN)

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