On Friday, 1st April 2022, the Vice-Chancellor of INES-Ruhengeri, Fr.Dr. Fabien Hagenimana welcomed a second cohort of 5 young students from Mayotte who came for doing a three month internship from 1st April to 30th June 2022 looking for IP Network Technician Professional Diploma.
Vice-Chancellor of INES-Ruhengeri requeted the interns to feel at home (photo/Vedaste)
The internship was organized through the existing partnership between INES-Ruhengeri and a French company named DAESA which offers professional training in Mayotte-a territory of France.
The President of DAESA, Mr Arnaud Prier who was accompaning the interns said that the internership at INES will allow to the trainees to have a wide experience and to be opened to the job market diversity.
Mr Arnaud Prier (Right) expressing his expectations from this internship (photo/Vedaste)
Mr Arnaud Prier added that the Council of the Department of Mayotte and DAESA agreed on supporting trainees for internship in Africa. In Rwanda, DAESA choosen INES-Ruhengeri from last year 2021.
In fact, the 2nd cohort will follow a qualification path leading to the validation of a level IV professional certification in IT and digital jobs, Micro-computing and network maintenance.
« They will acquire skills, develop professional capacities and personal qualities that make it a true professional employable in the trade sector », mentioned Jean Paul Dusingizimana, an IT coach from INES –Ruhengeri.
Mr Jean Paul Dusingizimana, in a tour showing all IT equipements that are available at INES (photo/Vedaste)
He added that they will know the administrative and institutional environment,the legal and regulatory provisions related to IT as well as digital professions.
The interns underlined that apart from IT skills, they hope that at the end of three months they will have developed professional know-how: language, dress, behavior, attitudes, etc.