Simdol Institute of Technology is organizing a special practically intensive and heavily discounted summer vacation ICT boot camp for kids between ages 8 and 16 this summer to make the holiday count, equip them with ICT skills, digital ethics and awareness needed for school and career development, and give them the digital literacy advantage.
For any enquiries and more information on the available basic and advanced training packages (regular and corporate), please visit the training section of our website here or call us on 08060530063 or mail us here.
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Give yourself and your children the digital literacy advantage this summer. Make the holidays have useful and positive effects with professional ICT training.
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