Techcom Visions Limited, an Information technology firm, has inaugurated an ultra modern computer training centre for the Advance Vision International School at Agbogba a suburb of Accra.
Mr Tsonam Cleanse Akpeloo, Chief Executive Officer of Techcom Visions Limited, said the centre comes with brand new computers, LCD projectors, webcam, and headsets with internet access as part of the Eduboost platform provided by the firm.
Mr Akpeloo said this at the inauguration of the centre in Accra on Monday to make Information Communication Technology (ICT) access to the students.
He said under the Eduboost, management has provided comprehensive school management software, school website, and e-learning software and ICT refresher courses for teachers.
The school management software ensures efficient control, monitoring and evaluation of performance of teachers and students.
Ms Fauziatu Salifu Sidi, ICT Coordinator of the Ministry of Education said ICT enhances quality of education by making teaching and learning more practical, meaningful and exciting.
She therefore entreated the students to make maximum use of the facility.
Mr Samuel Okudjeto Ablakwa, Deputy Minister of Information, commended the management of the company for its contribution to complement government’s efforts to bring ICT to the doorstep of all school children.
He said ICT was the way forward to bridge the socio-economic divide between Ghana and the developed world.
Mr Ablakwa noted that there could not be any meaningful education without the use of ICT and urged the beneficiary students to use the facility positively to develop and empower themselves.
“Avoid 419 and pornographic sites,” he cautioned them. GNA