DigiSkills, Ignite’s lead program to prepare 1 million consultants in Pakistan, has been formally introduced by Anusha Rehman, Minister for Telecom and IT on her second last day of minister-ship in front of the administration’s retirement.
A brainchild of Mr. Yousaf Hussain, CEO of Ignite, National Technology Fund, DigiSkills is said to be Anusha’s most loved program, as she trusts that the program can possibly without any assistance take the nation’s IT fares to over $10 billion in only a couple of years.
For the individuals who don’t have the foggiest idea, DigiSkills is a first of its kind government-upheld activity that plans to prepare 1 million specialists in Pakistan.
The program will include online courses, and each Pakistan is welcome to select in these courses absolutely for nothing out of pocket.
Each individual should take two courses, one of which would be “freelancing”, while the other can be chosen from the accompanying choices:
- E-Commerce Management
- Creative Writing
- Digital Marketing
- SEO (Search Engine Optimization)
- Graphics Design
With DigiSkills up and running, any Pakistani — inside Pakistan or abroad — can enroll in any of the above courses to take in the aptitudes to at last begin offering their administrations on the web.
What is DigiSkills?
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Online instruction is certainly not another wonder, however, DigiSkills has the qualification of being the world’s first government program for training freelancers through online courses. The thought is to bestow aptitudes through which individuals can acquire a living for themselves.
With more than 54 million web clients in the nation, Yousaf Hussain, the CEO of Ignite, conceives that freelancing is Pakistan’s most logical option to conquer local monetary issues. He conceives that with a large number of instructed youth and accessibility of fast web, we simply need to prepare them with the correct aptitudes to send out administrations worth billions of dollars.
Just go to this URL to enlist yourself in courses as of now accessible or you can hold up until the point when more courses are made accessible later on.
The “freelancing” course, an absolute necessity for any trying specialist, will center around do’s and don’ts of freelancing. Hisham Sarwar, a freelancer with experience of more than 15 years and the best consultant on Guru.com for quite a while running, will show you the tips and traps of freelancing in the most straightforward conceivable way.
Notwithstanding outsourcing, you can pick some other course to build up your aptitudes and begin offering your outsourcing administrations to the world.