BusyInternet Introduces E-Learning in CyberCafes
Ghana, Accra (May 1, 2010) - Ghana’s best Internet Service Provider and Cybercafé Giant, BusyInternet, has introduced e-Learning Courses in all its CyberCafes nationwide.
An extensive survey conducted by BusyInternet revealed that a large number of Ghanaians want an opportunity to acquire new skills or improve upon previously acquired skills. Many who participated in the survey were busy professionals who wanted to:
· Develop their skills and competencies
· Improve their performance at work
· Reduce overall training time
· Study at their own pace
For these busy professionals the traditional school system is simply not an option.
It is for these and others that BusyInternet has once again taken the lead to introduce the e-Learning Courses at busy. Courses immediately on offer include Project Management, Communication Technology, Design and Media, e-Business, and many more. Students who complete a course take an online test, and provided that they pass the test a certificate is awarded.
According to the Managing Director of BusyInternet, Mr. Praveen Sadalage, “BusyInternet has not only led the internet revolution in Ghana, but is constantly employing innovative ways to bring quality and affordable services to our customers. This introduction of e-Learning Courses at Busy is therefore in line with our corporate mission to provide the best public ICT services in Africa, which will serve as a platform for access to the socio-economic opportunities of the information environment.”
BusyInternet is a unique organisation providing innovative and high-tech services to meet the needs of today’s businesses and individuals. They facilitate ICT initiatives, assist businesses and individuals in their development and promote access for all as well as increase the awareness and dissemination of appropriate knowledge and processes.
To register for any of BusyInternet’s e- Learning Courses a prospective student must visit any of their Centres on the Ring Road, Accra Mall, or Tema. Alternatively, prospective students can call 021 - 258800 or 024-4675885, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for enquiries.
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