27th of October, 2022. Guyana, South America. GSA News. Guyana News.Last updated: October 27, 2022 at 13:56 pm
Residents of Kwakwani are now able to benefit from free computer training as the Zara Computer Centre located in the Kwakwani community has commenced training. The training programme which commenced on October 26, 2022 has seen 60 persons from the community so far enrolling. In addition, residents will now also be able to sit the Learner Driver’s Theoretical Examination which as of yesterday (October 26, 2022) has gone online at the Centre located above the Kwakwani Police Station.
Further, the Zara Computer Centre has rolled out their latest iniatitive of assisting secondary school students with their S.B.A’s. According to Coordinator of the Zara Computer Centres, Assistant Superintendent Gladwin Hanover, the assistance being offered is in the form of guidance and group/one on one tutoring on how to complete their assignments, which will be done by staff of the various Zara Centres countrywide who were trained by the Ministry of Education. Mr. Hanover also noted that the assistance will be available to all secondary school students country-wide who need help to complete their S.B.A’s, free of cost.
Persons who are interested in free computer training and students who need assistance with S.B.A’s and live where there is a Zara Centre can reach out for further advice how to sign up or contact 642-8698 for more information.
Currently there are Zara Centres in
Adventure, Berbice (Reg. #6),
New Amsterdam, Berbice (Reg. #6),
Cove and John, East Coast Demerara (Region #4), Officers’ Training, Georgetown (Reg. #4),
Leonora, West Coast Demerara (Reg. #3),
Suddie, Essequibo (Reg. #2),
Bartica (Reg. #7)
Wismar, Linden (Reg. #10) and
Kwakwani (Reg. #10).
Source: Guyana Police Force