The Lagos Archdiocese Catholic Men Organisation (LACMON) is set to begin a four- week IT training for 20 of its members selected across the 20 deaneries in the archdiocese.
President of LACMON, Mr Vincent Otiono, in a statement, explained that the decision to empower its members with IT skills was informed by the need to support them in the area of knowledge acquisition in tune with the president’s promises at his inauguration.
The training, he added, had become necessary since it would go a long way in enhancing the individuals’ means of livelihood.
“The training is going to be a continuous one as more members are expected to benefit from it in the coming weeks.
“This first set of trainees will kickstart the plans by LACMON to empower lots of its members who are unemployed or need to acquire more skills that will help to improve their means of livelihood or help them acquire a skill that will enable them to set up their own businesses and also train others,” he added.
Mr Otiono explained that the trainees would undergo four weeks of rigorous training on the Concept of Motion Graphic and Visual effect, among others.
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