Learning computer skills for a greater employment chance

Momase, Normal

The National

THE people of remote Yandera local level government in the Usino-Bundi district, Madang province, can now have access to further education through learning computer skills.
The Yandera landowner company, Kumakene Investment Ltd (KIL), has started a computer school so people can learn computer skills and have a chance to getting jobs in the upcoming Ramu Nickel mine and elsewhere.
More than 10,000 people from Yandakani and the Mendein tribe could benefit from the training.
KIL director Joe Kambe said in Mt Hagen that the company was willing to upgrade human resource training through teaching computer skills everywhere in the district.
Mr Kambe said in today’s modern world computers are an essential part of every day life.
KIL will provide training skills with basic computing like Microsoft Word and Excel, including internet surfing, emailing set ups, paint brush, Power Point and other programmes upon request.