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Sierra Leone News: FLS Academy offering employable courses at Goderich Street

FLS Academy is currently offering employable courses on solar energy, Information Telechnolgy and Telecommunication tailored for both beginners and professionals at 11 Goderich Street in Freetown.
The National Council for Technical and Vocational Education (NCTVA) and Tertiary Education Commission (TEC) has certified the FLS College to award legitimate Certificates, and National Diploma to students offering their courses.
Courses offered by the college ranges from Microsoft Office Users Specialist, CISCO Certificate (ICND), Certificate Solar PV Technician, National Diploma Computer Science, National Diploma Business Administration and National Diploma Electrical Electronic Engineering, Specialization in Telecommunication or renewable energy studies.
The college also offers foundation classes in PC foundermental networking and hardware classes to support entry requirements into ICND and foundation math’s and physics classes to support entry requirement for into National Diploma Course in Electrical Electronic Engineering.
Dr Susan Roberts a Board Member of the college while delivering a motivational talk before handing over certificates to graduating students said job creation is the major focus of the college.
She implored graduates to enroll into further technical courses at the college to enable them get the required skills for the job market.
The college she added is aimed at addressing the empowerment gap in society by offering courses suitable for the job market.
Ramatu Khali Kamara one of the graduates expressed delight she had completed her course and ready to practice knowledge gained to make a living.
She said “I graduated in computer science at the FLS College with the hope of getting a job to taken care of my family.”
“I can now find a job or open my own business as entrepreneur,” Kamara said.
A 62 year old engineer former employee of Sierratel, Paul T. Kamara was in jubilant mood after receiving his graduation certificate in computer science.
Kamara had graduated from a recognized university in Sierra Leone but with no computer knowledge until recently when he enrolled at the FLS College to study computer science.
“I can now use computer to do my engineering work to enhance efficiency and productivity.
The college is affordable for middle income earners and offers programs tailored for the job market with employable skills that create wealth and reduce poverty.
SB/9/7/18
By Saidu Bah
Tuesday July 10, 2018.

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