Summary: Passerelles Numeriques provides combined training in IT skills, English language, and soft skills in its own centers and through partnerships with local universities -- all with the goal of connecting students with skilled employment in ICT jobs upon graduating. --- Passerelles Numeriques (PN) takes a holistic approach to providing IT training for underprivileged youth. PN delivers a 2-year course of technical and practical training to teach students IT skills that are focused on employability. The curriculum is continuously updated in order to meet market demand and employers’ needs. In addition to technical IT training, PN provides students with general business training, including in English language, soft skills, and "prof...
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Description of Scale and Reach
PN opened its first training center in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, in 2005 with an initial cohort of 25 students. In 2007, 20 students graduated in Cambodia from PN's Systems and Network Administration Training program. In 2008, PN launched a new training program in Data Management Operation, in partnership with Digital Divide Data, a social business in the digitization sector. In 2009, PN expanded its program to Cebu in the Philippines, and was at that time reaching 250 students in Cambodia. 2010 saw the launch of PN in Vietnam with an initial batch of 30 students. PN currently enrolls 200 students in Cambodia, 117 students in Vietnam, and 169 students in the Philippines.
Cambodia, Philippines, Vietnam