February 15th 2021
Beaming Knowledge in Africa and the Africa Institute for Mathematical Science (AIMS) partner in the pilot training of the ISTQB® certification in Rwanda.
The ISTQB® Certified Tester – Foundation Level (CTFL) trainings will be attended by AIMS’ staff and students interested in pursuing a career in software testing – this will give them the opportunity to learn the global best practices and standards in software testing used in big software industries.
The training is the first of its kind in Rwanda and its main objective is to empower young Africans with the necessary skills and tools needed to get the right professional certifications in order to compete in the global job market.
The Beaming Knowledge in Africa initiative believes that partnerships with forward thinking institutions such as AIMS aligns with our vision of raising the next generation of African professionals and will help drive home-grown solutions in the African continent.
Virtual training sessions will take place on the 08 – 13th of March 2021.
Established in 2003, the African Institute for Mathematical Sciences (AIMS) is Africa’s first and largest network of centers of excellence for innovative post-graduate training in mathematical sciences. African youths are being enabled to shape the continent’s future through Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) education, public engagement and research.
About Beaming Knowledge in Africa:
Beaming Knowledge in Africa is a develoPPP.de project of iSQI GmbH co-financed by DEG from the public funds of the Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development in Germany, launched to create an opportunity for Africans to get the right professional certifications in order to compete globally.