ICT courses for Persons with an Intellectual Impairment

 

Back in May/June 2003 FITA, in collaboration with the Maltese College for Art Science and Technology (MCAST), set up a pilot project consisting of a basic course in Computer Office Skills for persons with an intellectual disability. It was a success and the knowledge gained from this project were put to good use in subsequent courses. More courses are now being held on a regular basis in collaboration with supporting organisations.

Students at MCAST ICT institute in Paola,
Course held in June 2003

Group photo with teachers
Mr. Alex Galdes and Ms. Marcelline Micallef,
ICT course held in November 2003

Students and their parents at MCAST ICT institute in Paola, Course held in June 2003

Group photo with sign language interpreter
Ms. Maria Azzopardi and teacher Stanley M. Debono,
ICT course concluded in January 2004

Maltese literacy course for deaf students, held at Maria Regina School in Blata l-Bajda, with the support of the Adult and Evening Courses section of the Education Division and the Deaf Club.
Students, successfully completed a word processing course, at the MFSS led by Mrs. Anna Sultana. The course was jointly organised by FITA, the Richmond Foundation
and Mt. Carmel Hospital.
FITA organised a train the trainer Assistive ICT course at Dar l-Arka, Gozo. May 2011
Introduction to ICT course, at Megabyte Ltd, May/June 2005
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