TYEE is accepting 'Expression of Interest' from registered youth school leavers in Tongatapu for the first YTIC Programme Intake 2018
Youth Tech Incubators Centre (YTIC), an ICT lab with work space for youth, young entrepreneurs and start-ups in Tonga.
Tuesday, 25 Sept 2018: TYEE has begun today its first EOI Application Intake Workshop with TYEE registered youth school leavers including youth with a disability aged 18 to 29 in Tongatapu. The first programme to commence in the new facility - YTIC this year will be a link from the existing TYEE Youth Work Readiness programme, followed by the first delivery of the Information and Communications Technology (ICT) skills development training to commence in October 2018 with the successful applicants. The first ICT Training will be delivered by Graeme Atkinson, an ICT Expert/Trainer who is engaged by TYEE through our Partner Organisation Agreement with the NZ Volunteers Service Abroad (VSA).
This new facility, both the YTIC and TYMC spaces are made possible for TYEE through the generous support and Partnerships of TYEE with the NZ VSA and The Tindall Foundation, TROW & SFL Groups, Digicel Group, ALL Heart NZ, Tonga Skills, Scenic Group Hotels and more here.
Today's workshop was held at the TYMC space and conducted by TYEE President, Lusia Latu-Jones and Graeme Atkinson with the assistance of TYEE staff.
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