Great news for Telecentre Managers in Thailand! Telecentre Academy (TCA), the training and certification arm of Telecentre.org Foundation (TCF), has launched an incentive program called The Google Basics Telecentre Challenge. This program seeks to recognize and reward the Telecentre Managers who are able to get the most number of community members enrolled in TCA’s Google Basic Tools Certification Course. This course is aimed at increasing the level of employability of individuals in local communities.
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The Google Basics Telecentre Challenge will run in Thailand from July 1 to August 31, 2014. At the end of this period, the three Telecentre Managers with the highest number of community members enrolled in the course will be proclaimed the winners. The three winners will each receive three Samsung Galaxy Tab 4. A certificate from the Asia-Pacific Telecentre Network (APTN) will also be awarded.
Who can participate?
Active Telecentre Managers from Thailand are eligible to participate in the Google Basics Telecentre Challenge. By “active”, we mean those who are currently running a telecentre.
How to participate?
Participation in the Google Basics Telecentre Challenge is easy. Telecentre Managers simply have to encourage as many people from their community as possible to enroll in the course by registering here:
Upon registration, users will have to fill up the following form:
Note that user must properly fill up the Telecentre Name and the Telecentre Manager’s Name upon registration in order for the entry to be counted.
Check out the guidelines for more details. For queries or clarifications pertaining to the program, please email CCDKM/APTN Team: [email protected]