Community Development Through IT Training In Rio

 
$13,875
$6,125
Raised
Remaining
Jun 26, 2012

Course design graphic opportunity for young

Young working on a design project
Young working on a design project

The Digit@l CEACA initiated the project to train young people with the intention of forwards them to the labor market. The course for technical qualification that offers young people working the program content (Gimp, Inkscape and Movie Maker) which deals with entry and processing of digital images and colors (histograms, balance and color correction), selecting parts of an image, masks layers, filters and artistic finishing and special effects for text, vectorization and digital design.

Qualified young people end up having more opportunities in the labor market, thus the end of 06 months the parties will be participating in selection for entry into the nucleus of informatics, which works by providing printing services to the community, such as clothing of cards for different topics, invitations, banners, folders, CD music and video, print for blouses and other services. Initially to carry out these services need to multifunction printer, auto cutter, stapler, picotadeira, flatbed scanner and digital camera, plus the necessary material for the manufacture of products such as: white blouses, photo paper, printer ink cartridges. Initially Ceaca Digital has a partnership with Global Giving that has given strong support to the capture feature to leverage the project, but the expectation is to increase the number of vacancies and meet much younger.

This work is of fundamental importance because it indicates the path to be followed. With a training and a work environment full young people can feel as a company really works, and his work increase their profile and their employability.

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Luisa Gockel

London, Greater London United Kingdom

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