Helping African Governments in their post-COVID-19 responses with online training in collaboration with the World Economic Forum Regional Action Group for Africa
Ethiopia Ministry of Innovation and Technology
Sierra Leone Directorate of Science, Technology and Innovation
Rwanda Development Board
The Digital Skills for Public Services Employees Initiative is designed to help African governments better respond to the current economic and social challenges caused by the pandemic with high-quality digital foundations training for public services employees in collaboration with the World Economic Forum Regional Action Group for Africa.
Through this initiative, participating governments, ministries and agencies can train their whole workforce - including up to 250 employees for free - in critical skills and mindsets to effectively lead recovery efforts in the post-coronavirus world.
5-week "Digital Foundations for Public Services" program specifically developed for the public sector to build critical organizational, technology and data management skills. For any employees within your organization from entry-level employees to Ministry Directors.
Unique curriculum that builds a mindset to harness the potential of digital technologies rather than hard digital skills.
Learning design and web platform designed to fit the day-to-day realities and cultural context of the African continent.
Collaborative learning experiences where learners can learn from their peers in groups, live-discussion and hands-on projects.
High-quality program and learning material developed in partnership with the Swiss Institute of Technology (EPFL).