NIA free computer courses for new residents and children is now open for registration
In order to response to the Government's Digital Care Policy, National Immigration Agency has started a free computer course for new residents from May to November and invites new residents and their children to participate to enhance their computer skill. The Courses and places to study are free to choose.
The course content is divided into popular courses, advanced courses and practical courses. The popular courses include the introduction of the "Easy e-learning computer", the basic of using smart mobile device application such as the household bills calculation application for housewives, self-portrait beauty photo application etc.
The advanced course has "Internet Shopping SO EASY", which can buy your favorite items without crowding people. You can also learn to design Line stickers, shooting micro-movies, or do your own games and enjoy the world of audio-visual entertainment.
As for the practical course, you can learn to make a personal water cup, create a smart watch, and even big-eyed OTTO robot.
If you want to find a job, you can also choose the workplace pre-requisite course to learn to make a resume that can present yourself perfectly, or further obtain a license to open a broader new life path for yourself.
The free computer course for new residents can be counted in the number of naturalization study hours. The registration is open now until it is full. For more information, please contact the free service line: 0800-005-788 (from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., Monday - Friday)