Increasing the number of trainees of Minya in the field of fiber optic networks

Jeddah – Nermin El-Sayed – This came during the visit of the Minister of Communications and Information Technology to the Minya Governor to introduce and inspect a number of projects of the Ministry of Communications under the “Decent Life” initiative.

Dr. Amr Talaat pointed out that the people of Minya governorate are the first to work in fiber optic cable laying projects in the governorate, and instructed to increase the number of trainees in the fiber optic network programs offered by the National Telecommunication Institute, and to provide employment opportunities for graduates of these programs to join the project of the development of communication infrastructure, maintenance and management of fiber cables Photovoltaics provided by Telecom Egypt in the villages of a decent life in Minya Governorate.

Dr. Amr Talaat added that the visit will witness the inspection and opening of a number of the ministry’s projects in the villages of a decent life, including those related to the development of communication infrastructure, follow-up of the plan to deploy mobile towers, and the inspection and opening of a group of post offices after their development, in addition to a series of activities related to the inspection of the activities and programs of the ministry in the field of development Digital capabilities, especially since human building the cornerstone of Egypt’s digital strategy, emphasizing that cooperation with Minya Governorate will be increased during the coming period to achieve more productivity.

The Minister of Communications and the Governor of Minya witnessed the signing of a memorandum of understanding between the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology and the Minya Governor regarding the institutional development of the governorship through the development and building of digital capabilities for workers in the governorate and its affiliated centers and towns, as well as cooperation in capacity development, investment in human resources, and building knowledge societies in towns for a decent life in Minya.

The protocol aims to increase the efficiency of the work performance of workers in the Minya governorate, as well as to increase the knowledge level for all community groups in the villages of the Decent Life initiative in the governorate by keeping up with technological development, work to improve inclusion and digital education, raising community awareness of digital transformation projects, and implementing programs for digital economic empowerment for the people of decent life villages.

The memorandum of understanding was signed by ing. Ghada Labib, Deputy Minister of Communications and Information Technology for Institutional Development Affairs, and Dr. Mohamed Ibrahim, Deputy Governor of Minya.

Dr. Amr Talaat and Osama El-Kady witnessed the signing of a cooperation protocol between Minya Governorate and the National Telecommunications Institute regarding cooperation in the field of developing the skills of cadres working in digital transformation units and locations in Minya Governorate works, according to the latest technologies that support all sectors in the ICT specializations, as well as cooperation in the preparation of specialists in the field of communication and information technology.

The protocol includes the qualification of more than 1,000 trainees as a first cohort at governor level in a number of disciplines, including the Internet of Things, data science, machine learning, networking, geographic information systems and fiber optic cables. Training programs are implemented at the National Telecommunications Institute branch of the Digital Egypt Creativity Center in Minya Governorate, with the possibility of implementing some courses through interactive distance learning.

The protocol also includes the provision of technical consultations in the field of geographic information systems, training of youth cadres in the field of infrastructure, information systems and digital transformation, as well as the support and development of technical cadres of local workers by qualifying them in the field of networks and cyber security, in addition to eligible recruits from Minya Governor for the job market in The field of communication and information technology.

Under the protocol, during the training period the trainee receives an integrated program of specialized courses as well as practical training according to the needs of the labor market in the field of communication and information technology and qualifies for the acquisition of international certificates for international companies in some A Group cadres will also be trained to later qualify them to be certified trainers.

The protocol was signed by dr. Mohamed Ibrahim, deputy governor of Minya, and Dr. Iman Ashour, director of the National Telecommunications Institute.

Minister of Communications

In a related context, Dr. Amr Talaat and the governor of Minya meet a group of young people enrolled and graduates of training programs at the Digital Egypt Creativity Center “Creativa” in Minya.

An open dialogue took place between Dr Amr Talaat and a number of young people from the governor who received the Ministry’s training programs at the Digital Egypt Creativity Center. The Minister also listened to the experiences of a number of young graduates of the training programs who was presented by the Digital Egypt Creativity Center.

In his speech, Dr. Amr Talaat emphasizes that the strategy of the Ministry of Communication and Information Technology aims to establish a Digital Egypt innovation center in each governorate with investments of 4.2 billion pounds. He called on young people to follow up on the rest of the initiatives launched by the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology and complete the process of learning and development to keep pace with global technological developments.

During the meeting, Eng Amr Mahfouz, CEO of the Information Technology Industry Development Agency (ITIDA), indicated that more than 2,600 young people have been trained in the programs offered by the government in the Digital Egypt Innovation Center in Minya. In addition, 70 start-up companies at all stages were incubated, including those that succeeded in obtaining investments.

Dr. Heba Saleh, Director of the Information Technology Institute, explained that more than 2,000 young people have been trained in the institute’s programs at the Digital Egypt Creativity Center in Minya, and that young people have enrolled in programs to develop self-employment skills, achieving returns through self -employment platforms with approximately 26 thousand dollars, before the degree of the award.

Dr. Eman Ashour, Director of the National Telecommunications Institute, reviewed the institute’s efforts within the Digital Egypt Creativity Center in Minya, where nearly 1,500 young people have been trained.

Dr. Amr Talaat and Osama El-Kady handed out certificates to examples of graduates of the training programs provided by the Digital Egypt Creativity Center in Minya.

It is noteworthy that the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology publishes Egypt’s digital creativity centers in the governorates with the aim of promoting creativity, encouraging and stimulating innovative work, supporting entrepreneurs and providing technical training to qualify young people for the requirements of the local and international labor market in the field of information technology and entrepreneurship. Seminars, workshops and technology incubators to create and develop the capabilities of start-ups and connect young people, investors and large international and local companies working in the field of supporting creativity and entrepreneurship. .

The first phase of the project included the establishment of 8 Digital Egypt Creativity Centers, and work is underway to establish 19 other centers.

The program of Dr. Amr Talaat’s visit to Minya Governor will include the inspection and inauguration of a number of communication, information technology and postal projects under the initiative of a decent life in the villages of Governor Karima, and the progress of the training process inspect. at the Telecom Egypt Training Center in New Minya, as well as inspecting the training work in digital capacity building and digital literacy programs for the residents of villages for a decent life.

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