Bandar Seri Begawan - Some 22 youths attended a briefing on computing classes, which was organised by the Youth Centre under the Ministry of Culture, Youth and Sports in cooperation with the Local Employment and Workforce Development Agency (APTK) under the Ministry of Home Affairs yesterday at the Silaturrahim Hall of the centre's premises.
Mohd Amirul Syazmi bin Ibrahim, Head of the Youth Centre, said the event aims to provide further knowledge and information for the participants whilst enhancing their computing skills.
He explained that the Youth Centre will provide training and consultation sessions for the participants on the importance of technology for employment.
They will undergo several basic computing classes such as Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel and also, Microsoft Power Point.
The participants were also given a tour of centre's computer lab that is equipped with 22 high-end computers. Among the aims of the briefing are to realise His Majesty the Sultan and Yang Di-Pertuan of Brunei Darussalam's titah in considering the Youth Centre as a centre that generates intelligence with an extensive knowledge in technology and become a catalyst for future generations through various activities and courses conducted.
The computing classes will assist and support youths to familiarise themselves with Information in Computer Technology.--Courtesy of Borneo Bulletin